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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY LIBRARY 

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WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

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1976 Minutes 




Gaston 



UBRART 



Baptist Association 
North Carolina 



ANNUAL 

of the 

GASTON 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

of 
North Carolina 

FIFTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL SESSION 
Held With 

Ridge Baptist Church 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 
October 21, 1976 

and 

Riverside Baptist Church 

Cramerton, N. C. 28032 
October 22, 1976 

The Next Annual Session will be Held With 

Alexis Baptist Church 
Alexis, N.C. 28006 

Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church 
Kings Mountain, N. C. 28086 

Thursday and Friday, October 20-21, 1977 



Preacher -Stanley Howard 
Alternate-Law Mobley 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Annual Sermon 

"Look at the Cross"-by Dr. John W. Tresch, Jr 37 

Auditor's Report 27 

Bicentennial Sermon 

"The Death of a Nation"--by Rev. William A. Wallace 48 

Budget 1976-1977 27 

Christian Social Ministries Report 21 

Church Anniversaries 32 

Church Directory 

Missions 41 

Churches Under Watchcare 41 

Retired Ordained Ministers 41 

Ordained Ministers Not Serving as Pastors 41 

Licensed Ministers 42 

Associate Pastors or Educational Directors 43 

Youth Directors 43 

Secretaries 44 

Recreational Directors 45 

Organists 46 

Librarians 47 

Clerk's Honor Roll 9 

Constitution and By-Laws 55 

Contributions from Churches 25 

Dedication Page : 1 

Directory of Associational Officers, Organizations and Committees 6 

General Board Members 9 

Historical Events 29 

Historical Table 54 

History of Ridge Baptist Church 31 

History of Riverside Baptist Church 31 

Messengers 11 

Our Beloved Dead 33 

Proceedings 14 

Program 4 

Resolutions 22 

Statistical Tables 61 

Visitors to Annual Meeting from Outside Association 13 




CEORGK ROLAND FOWLER 



1920-1975 



GEORGE ROLAND FOWLER was born June 18, 1920 in Gastonia. In 1939 he was 
married to Gladys Parker of Lowell. 

Their children are Mrs. Jerri Clement and Mrs. Rose Ann LeMasurier of Ft. 
Lauderdale, Florida, and Mrs. Deborah Greene of Dallas, N. C. There are three 
grandchildren. 

Employed for seventeen years bv Welding and Industrial Supply in Gastonia, he 
became a Christian in 1953 and a me mber of Modena (Gateway) Baptist Church. He 
was called into the gospel ministry and was ordained in 1956 by the Modena Church. 
The Fowlers later moved to Flint Groves Baptist Church where he served in 
numerous capacities and taught Sunday School at the Dallas Prison with its 
attendant responsibilities for four years. 

Beginning with night classes at Gaston College, he began to pursue his education 
and transferred to Appalachian State College where he received his degree in 
Library Science in 1971. He became Librarian at Mt. Holly Junior High School 
where he served for five years. 

George Fowler served as Librarian for the Gaston Baptist Association and helped 
set up the Associational Library as a multi-media center with books, audio-visual 
aids, etc. He held a clinic for librarians and librarians to-be from several churches 
who were establishing or improving their church libraries, and also worked directly 
with some churches. 

With a keen awareness of God's leadership into the education and library science 
field, he invested his life in several mission churches in the Gaston Association and in 
the area where he pursued his education. He worked in evangelistic efforts 
anywhere he was invited or saw a need. His commitment to the Lord was intense 
and unwavering. 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

58th Annual Session 

THEME: LET THE CHURCH STAND UP 

Moderator: Glenn Caldwell Clerk: Mrs. Dean Tate 

V. Moderator: Mack Pressley 

First Day - October 21 Ridge Baptist Church 

1:30 Registration Organist: Peggy Hovis 

2:00 Worship Gerald Campbell 

Minister of Music/Education, East, Belmont 
Cong. "Stand Up, Stand Up" Hymn #391 

Cong. "He Keeps Me Singing" Hymn #435 

Duet "Because He Lives" , Jerrv and Pat Campbell 

Solo "Lord, Listen to Children" Pat Campbell 

Duj^t "Without Him" Jerry and Fat Campbell 

Coi.g. "His Name is Wonderful" Hymn #71 

Solo Brenda Robinson 

Cong. "Sweet, Sweet Spirit" Hymn #255 

2:20 Committee Reports: 

Enrolment Sandra Tate 

Program Maynard Mangum 

Nominating A. A. Bailey 

Committee on Committees B. 1. Epting 

Stewardship Ralph Carpenter 

Missions Raymond White 

2:50 "What the Church Means to Me" Dialogue/Drama 

Directed by Mrs. Catherine Painter 

2:55 Organizational Reports: 

WMU Gayle Goodson 

Brotherhood George Pettigrew 

Church Training James Adams 

Sunday School Doug West 

3:20 "Let's Sing" Gerald Campbell 

Cong. "Revive Us Again" Hymn #253 

Cong. "Share His Love" Hymn #285 

3:25 Sunday School Renewal Warren Mallard 

Mecklenburg Association 

4:00 Miscellaneous Business: 

Constitutional Committee Elvin Jones 

Baptist Foundation Edwin Coates, Executive Secretary 

4:15 Break 

4:30 Worship Herb Wilson, Music Director, New Hope 

Congregation "Banner of the Cross" 

Congregation "Marvelous Grace" 



Solo "I Find no Fault in Him" 

4:40 Associational Missions: 

Moderator Glenn Caldwell 

Executive Committee Fred Crisp 

Treasurer Fred West 

Finance Committee Ray Helms 

5:10 According to Hoyle Director of Missions 

5:20 Worship Paul Robins and Cherryville First 

5:30 Annual Sermon John Tresch 

6:00 Supper 

Evening First Day 

6:45 Worship in Singing Herb Wilson 

Congregation '"Tis so Sweet to Trust" 

New Hope Trio "All in the Name of Jesus" 

6:50 Memorials Mrs. Dewey Warren 

Solo: Mrs. Catherine Painter 

7:00 Missions Reports: 

Home Missions Yates Campbell 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Raymond White 

7:20 "What I Can Mean to My Church" Stanley Howard and 'Happy Danny' 

7:40 Miscellaneous Business: 

Librarian Mrs. Johnnie Morton 

8:00 Worship David Nesnow 

Associational Music Director 

Chapel Grove Choir "Higher Ground/He Lifted Me" 

Congregation "Heavenly Sunshine" 

"For God So Loved the World", "Allelulia" 
Choir "Worthy the Lamb/Let's Just Praise" 

8:15 State Missions Dr. Howard Ford 

Baptist State Convention 



9:00 Adjourn 

Second Day - October 22 Riverside Baptist Church 

8:45 Registration 

9:00 Worship Mrs. Hazel Morris 

Music Director, Riverside 

Congregation "Standing on Promises" 

Solo "When They Ring those Golden Bells" 

Solo "How Much More"--Mike Waters 

9:10 Miscellaneous Business: 

Historian Guy Walker 

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9:20 Evangelism Hoyle Alexander 

9:30 Christian Social Ministries "What's Your Answer?" 

Panel: Question Master: Hoyle AUred 

Association Yates Campbell 

Hospital Joe Campbell 

Children's Homes Charles Summey 

Andee Gable 

Homes for Aging Representative 

Biblical Recorder T. Max Linnens 

Christian Education Worth Braswell 

Annuity Board W, Perry Crouch 

10:30 Break ; 

10:45 How Some Churches Are Standing Up: 

Gastonia 1st Project: Church in your House 

Mt. Holly 1st The Open Door 

Woodlawn . Family Ministry 

Loray . . . Love Dixon Senior Citizens 

11:05 Worship Flint-Groves Baptist Church 

11:15 Doctrinal Sermon Bill Wallace 

12:00 Lunch and Adjourn , 

\ DIRECTORY 

Officers 1976-1977 

Moderator R. Mack Pressley 511 TuckaseegeRd., Mt. Holly 28120 

Vice Moderator John W. Tresch, Jr. P.O. Box 516, Cherryville 28021 

Clerk Mrs. Dean Tate 2418 Leroy Ave., Gastonia 28052 

Treasurer Fred West 539 Downey Place, Gastonia 28052 

Parliamentarian Walter Long 607 W. Lincoln Ave., Gastonia 28052 

Librarian Mrs. Alfred Morton 85 Walnut Ave., Ranlo 28052 

Historian J. D. WiUiams 300 S. Main St., Mt. Holly 28120 

Sunday School Director Harry McCall 224 E. Catawba Ave., Mt. Holly 28120 
Church Training Director Worth Braswell 404 W. Trade St., Dallas 28034 

Woman's Missionary Union Director Mrs. Dwayne Goodson 

2113 Alpine Lane, Gastonia 28052 
Music Director Paul Robins P.O. Box 516, Cherryville 28021 

Associational Organist Mrs. James Hovis Churchill Dr., Dallas 28034 

Trustees 

Frank Hoyle P.O. Box 606, Cherryville 28021 

Forest Roberts, Jr. ' . ^ 600 Torrence Drive, Gastonia 28052 

G. Truett Smith 107 Merewood Drive, Gastonia 28052 

Institutional Representative 

Homes for Aging E. Lowell Spivey 

Children's Homes " Yates W. Campbell 



Christian Education Hoyle Alexander 

Robert Davis 

Sunday School and Church Training 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR 

VBS Directors Harry McCall 

Children's Director Gerald Campbell 

Adult Director . Wayne Blackwood 

Youth Director ^^^- Debbie Connell 

Preschool Director , Mrs. Judy Cook 

CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR ^7- T^^^^ Campbell 

Mr. Worth Braswell 

Woman's Missionary Union Officers 
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY ONION DIRECTOR Mr.. Dw.„ G.«l„n 

Nominating Committee "'"' ^'^'^ ^^^ 296, Stanley 28164 

Mrs. Nell Patton ^.^ „, ^ ^ , 

Mrs. Delene Russell 1 7. J^^ ^u '^^^ ^^A' °^"^« ^8034 

Mrs. Arthur Gillespie, Jr a, « xT , i ^"^.^^"^ ^^- Gastonia 28052 

^ ' 618 Hillcrest Avenue, Gastonia 28052 

COMMITTEES 

Executive Committee 1977-Marvin WiHis. A. Douglas Aldrich, Chairman- 

1979-Eugene Passmore, Glenn Caldwell, James Revis 

Finance Committee . . 1077 w .1 t, 

1977-Westle Johnson, Mitchell Pruitt 

IQTQ 1^^8--Howard Teague, Elvin Jones 
1979-Ray Helms, Chairman, Fred Crisp 

^""""'"^^'"^ • -^^^^-^^^r^f d^f «"• Chairman, Edwin Jackson 

^Q7Q^o-y,'^^o^^-^''^' ^^^"^ B^^^kwood 
1979^.-Billy Smith. Forest Roberts, Sr. 

Ordination 1077 u , . , 

1977-Hoyle Alexander, Arthur Hottel, Chairman 

. ,,' 1978-Robert Davis, Clarence Morris 

1979-Johnny Perry, Ralph Holcomb 
Missions -,^'7^7 t> 

.a^^^T''^ ^^^^^' Chairman, Ray England 

1978-Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mrs. Vivian Mitchell 
1979-Charles Spence, B. I. Epting 
Promotional .... 

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Stewardship 1977--Ralph Carpenter, Chairman 

1978 -Jesse Ballew 
1979--Charles Summey 

Evangelism 1977-David Sparrow 

1978--Sam Mintz, Chairman 
1979--James Lowery 

Christian Life and Public Affairs 1977--Jeanette Hoyle 

1978--Perry Huffstetler, Chairman 
1979-Douglas Mincy 

Resolutions 1977-Mrs. Douglas Aldrich 

1978--Flay Payne, Chairman 
1979--Mrs. Olna Daves 

Program 1977--Mrs. Jack Painter, Chairman 

1978-E. Ray Seism 
1979 -Mrs. Beverly Tresch 

Associational Property 1977~Mrs. Dot Warren 

1978~James Whitworth, Chairman 
1979~Love Dixon 

Constitution 1977-Elvin Jones, Chairman 

1978-Billy Miller 
1979-A.A. Bailey 

South Mountain Camp Committee 1977-Robert Baynard, Chairman 

1978-Floyd Noblett 
1979-Troy Thomas 

Committee on Committees 

J. D. Williams Bob Baynard 

Charles Spence Westle Johnson 

James Smith , . Dick Bullis 

Harold Smith Billy Smith 



Scholarship Committee 
Mrs. Bill Wilson 

Mrs. Jerry Scarborouj',h 
Mrs. Bill Deaton 



3015 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia 28052 
1590 Cecelia Drive, Gastonia 28052 
611 Hillcrest Ave., Gastonia 28052 



Brotherhood Director 
RA Pioneer Leader 
RA Crusader Leaders i. 

RA Baseball Commissioner 
RA Basketball Commissioner 
Assistant Commissioner 
RA Track Coach 



George Pettigrew 

Dr. Robert Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson 

Clarence Morris 

Gerry Mintzer 

Dan Blair 

Barron W. Lee 



SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 



Dr. Hoyle T. Allred 



3039 Gardner Park Drive, Gastonia 



DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. Yates Campbell 1049 Buckingham Drive, Gastonia 

ASSOCIATIONAL PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Judy Cook Office Secretary 

Mrs. Dorothy Allred Promotional Secretary 

Mrs. Wilma Stinnette - Case Worker 

Mr. Ken Bowlin Custodian 

MOTTO 

"Epaphras, who is one of you, a Servant of Christ, saluteth you, always laboring 
fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will of 
God." Col. 4:12. 

(Adopted at the Organization of the Association, November 4, 1919). 

ASSOCIATIONAL CLERK'S HONOR ROLL OF CHURCH CLERKS 

First Ten Forwarding Church Letter to the Association 

1. Bethany Baptist Church, Gastonia 

2. Holland Memorial Baptist Church, Bessemer City 

3. Gateway Baptist Church, Gastonia 

4. Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Cherry ville 

5. Sunset Forest Baptist Church, Gastonia 

6. Flint Groves Baptist Church, Gastonia 

7. Cramerton, First, Cramerton 

8. Fraley Memorial Baptist Church, Gastonia 

9. Center View Baptist Church, Mt. Holly 

10. Woodlawn Baptist Church, Lowell 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

All Pastors are Members of the General Board 
Alexander MemoriaI--Rev. C. C. Roberts, Mr. Joe Messer 
Alexis -Wayne Hager, Bob Moore 
Anthony Grove 
Belmont, First-Jack Painter 
Berea-Hoyt Harris, James Smith 

Bessemer City First-Mrs. Frank Sisk, Mr. Eugene Bumgardner 
Bessemer City Second-Halen Sprinkles, J. B. Bowen 
Bethlehem -Ronald Berckman, Eugene Heafner 
Bethany 

Bingham Memorial 
Browntown 

Calvary-Mr. Coleman Lee, Mr. Jack Sahms 
Catawba Heights 
Cedar Grove 
Centerview 

Chapel Grove-Hunter Harrison, Pat Clark 

CherryviUe First-Mr. Glenn Burgess, Mr. Herbert Hickson '- 

Cherryville Second 

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Chestnut Ridge-Mr. J. P. Bridges, Mr. Oscar Glenn, Jr. 

Christ Community 

Community-Mr. Dean Tate, Mr. Earl Withers 

Cramerton, First-R. M. Pence, W. S. Haynie 

Dallas 

East Belmont -Rev. G. A. Campbell, Mr. Bill Helton 

East Gastonia -Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren 

Fairview-Mr. E. Halcombe, Mr. F. Chastain 

Faith, Belmont-Keith A. Chronister 

Faith, Bessemer City 

t< aith, Gastonia 

Flint Groves -Dr. George McSwain, Mr. Greg Flynn 

Fraley Memorial-Mrs. Treva Edmondson, Mr. Doil Whitener 

Friendship 

Gastonia, First-Mr. Forest Roberts, Sr., Mr. Fred West 

Gateway -Ken Bowen, Frank Hudspeth, Gladys Boyd 

Grace -George Rhyne, G. B. Talley 

Gaston 

Harden -Mr. Billy Hensley, Mr. Clyde Smith 

Hickory Grove-Jerry Brock, Charles Craig 

High Shoals, First-Marshall Rhyne, Lester McGinnis 

Holland Memorial -Mrs. Audrey Ballard, Mr. B. D. Calhoun > 

Lakeview -Mr. Dan Tallent, Mr. Dan Rhodes : 

Long Creek 

Loray 

Love Memorial-Mr. Wade Putnam 

Lowell, First -James Denton 

McAdenville-Norman Hicks, Dick Roberts :_ ,. 

Macedonia-Lennel Keenum, Jack Raxter 

Midway-Mr. Tony Falls, Mr. Charles Green 

Mount Beulah -Mr. Horace Robinson, Gene Pruitt 

Mount Holly, First-Mr. Julian Hall, Mr. Hudson 

Mount Holly, Second 

Mount Zion-Alvin McSwain, Lois McSwain 

Mountain View 

New Heights -Ray Sisk, Eddie Whitener 

New Life 

New Hope / 

North Main 

Northside -James Hayes, Johnny Heath 

Oak Grove 

Oakland - 

Parkwood -Richard Hicks, Robert Huggins , 

Plainview 

Providence-J. B. Towery, Mrs. Ruth E. Hottel 

Rankin Lake-Mr. Larry Blake, Mr. Neal Carpenter 

Ranlo -Mr. Earl Day, Mr. Frank Welch 

Ridge -Mr. Harold Lunsford, Mr. Bob Fain 

Ridgeview-Mr. Mark Martin, Mr. David Helton 

Riverside 

Robinwood Henry Parker 

Salem 

Sandy Plains -Marcus Beaty, M. M. Simpson 

Seventh Avenue [ 

Shady Grove -Mr. J. P. Hord, Mr. Harvey Sellers 

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South Marietta Street-Leno Hawkins, Horace Rhodes 

Southpoint-Welburn Johnson 

Springfield 

Stanley, First-Wilfird Brooks, Clyde Armstrong 

Stowe Memorial 

Sunnyside--Mr. Clarence Franks, Mr. Kermit Hutchins 

Sunset Forest-Mr. Torrence Smith, Mr. Oscar Griffin 

Taylor Memorial 

Temple -Mr. D. Parker Snyder, Mr. David Jordan, Mr. Dean Stewart 

Trinity 

Tuckaseege~T. R. Helms, J. S. Johnson 

Rosewood Lane 

Unity, Belmont-Mrs. Ruby Davis, Bill Ballard, James Hamilton 

Unity, Gastonia-Lester Hicks, James Bumgardner 

Victory -Belton Loftin, Carlee Henderson 

Webbs Chapel 

West Cramerton 

West Franklin-Rev. James A. Whitworth 

Woodlawn -R. L. Culbreth, Max Earley 

Each church is entitled to two Board members in addition to their pastor. Where 
names are not shown, they were not on the church letters. 

MESSENGERS 

Alexander Memorial-Rev. D. R. Kerley, Christopher C. Roberts, P. W. Bailey 

Alexis -Rev. Stanley K. Howard, Bertha B. Devine. Mrs. Raloh Stroupe, Mrs. Larry 

Gates, Mrs. Lee Stroupe, Mrs. Willis Hager, Mrs. John Black. 

Anthony Grove-Ola Bumgarner, David Bullard, Mrs. Ruth Brown 

Belmont, First-Mrs. Joe Moore, Mrs. L. B. Bass, Rev. Jack A. Painter, Mrs. Walter 

N. Long, Rev. Walter N. Long. 

Berea -Rev. Glenn H. Caldwell, Sr., Mollie Caldwell, Jim Smith. 

Bessemer City, First-Rev. A. A. Bailey, Floyd J. Noblett, T. A. Lynn Sr., Claudie F. 

Lipford, Bill Caudle, Jerry R. Millwood. 

Bethany-Jesse T. Braswell, Ella Mae Manus, James L. Leagon, Bobbie G. Leagon, 

Ruth Price, Rev. Troy E. Thomas. 

Bethlehem-Rev. & Mrs. Billy R. Smith, Raymond Hamrick. 

Bingham Memorial -Ray W. England, Mozell Badger, Mrs. 0. T. Polk, Oscar T. Polk, 

Sr., Betty Hord, Mrs. Ethel V. Farmer. 

Calvary -Woodrow Hardin, Billy Deaton, Nancy Deaton, Coleman Lee, Lewis Enloe, 

Mrs. B. L Epting, Rev. B. L Epting. 

Catawba Heights-Logan Huffstetler, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Williams, Mrs. Frances 

Payne, Mrs. Nancy Thomas, J. Howard Mauldin, Rev. Max Pendleton. 

Cedar Grove- Viola Powell, Rev. E. G. Powell. 

Centerview-Rev. Jesse Ballew, Mrs. Allen Justice, Mrs. Elizabeth Eubanks, Vivian 

Liles, Margaret Beaty. 

Chapel Grove -Rev. James A. Lowery, Barry M. Crenshaw, Mrs. Ron Harrison, Mr. 

and Mrs. Jerry Clark, Mrs. 0. H. Harrison. 

Cherryville First-Rev. Paul D. Robins, Dr. Bud Black, Rev. and Mrs. John Tresch. 

Chestnut Ridge-Mrs. Hester Putnam, Millard Putnam, Mrs. Etta Priutt, Rev. 

Mitchel Pruitt. 

Christ Community-Rev. William Thompson. 

Cramerton, First-Howard Price, Mrs. Ray Keeter, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haynie, Mrs. 

Howard Price, Edward F. Hudspeth, Mrs. D. M. Ballard, Eugene Johnson, Viola G. 

Hudspeth. 

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Community--E. R. Bumgarner, Edna Hart, Ann Jenkins, Rev. Roland S.Simmons, 

Sandra Tate. 

Dallas -Grady Price, Ann Franklin, Dennis Franklin, Barron W. Lee, Herman 

Cogdell, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Carr, Woodrow Green, Mr. and Mrs. Briscoe 

Ratchford, Rev. Woth Braswell. 

East Belmoiit--W. L. Helton, Brenda Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Campbell, Rev. 

and Mrs. Elvin Jones, Mrs. Joyce R. Holler. 

East Gastonia-Mrs. Linda Rice, Mrs. Maynard H. Mangum, W. E. Porter, Mrs. 

Harvey L. Holbrook, Mrs. Page Lawing, Rev. Maynard H. Mangum, Miss Juanita 

Alexander, Cheri D. Lowry, Sam Lowry, Mrs. Kay Beach, Mrs. Esther Stewart. 

Fairview-Joanna Kanipe, Rev. Walter F. Payne, Mrs. Jessie McFee, J. E. Holcomb. 

Faith -Rev. A. Renard Nolen, Mrs. Lois Nolen. 

Flint Groves -John E. Christopher, Mrs. J. E. Christopher, Paul Hansell, Douglas 

West, Rev. Bill Wallace, Clitus S. Blackwell. 

Friendship -J. E. Wren 

Gamble HiU-Martha Jackson, Leona Carringer. 

Gaston -Rev. Hazel P. Boyd. 

Gastonia, First-Mrs. Buren S. Neill, Charles B. Summey, Rev. and Mrs. A. D. 

Aldrich, Mrs. C. L. Sparks, Mrs. Rhea K. Lewis. 

Gateway-Rev. Kenneth M. Bowen, J. Frank Hudspeth. 

Grace -Effie Locklear, Rev. Wayne H. Blackwood, Tula Shives. 

Harden -Marshall High, Ann Propst, Mrs. Lucille Cloninger, Mrs. M. R. High, Mr. 

and Mrs. Paul Hughes Clemmer, Sr. 

Hickory Grove-Jack Hamrick, Mrs. Ernest Buckner, Ernest Buckner, Rev. Ralph B. 

Carpenter. 

High Shoals, First-Mildred Robinson, Mabel Whitener, Rev. Joe A. Campbell, Mrs. 

H. M. Abernethy. 

Holland Memorial-W. M. Callahan, Howard L. Conrad. 

Lake^iew -Pearl Langley, Rev. Ray Seism, Willie Brittain,Cora Lee Jenkins, Minnie 

Barnhill. 

Long Creek Memorial-Gerry Mentzer, Rev. Fred C. Crisp, Marvin C. McGinnis, Ed 

M. Ashe, Myrtle K. Ashe, Mrs. May K. McGinnis. 

Loray -Thelma Turner, Pauline Wooley, Nell Robinson, Marguerite Styers, Mrs. L. 

M. Jenkins, Blanche Hovis, Rev. Love Dixon, Rev. Raymond H. White, Don C. 

Benfield. 

Love Memorial -Mrs. Thelma Long, Mrs. Ellen Loftin, Mrs. Betty Bumgardner. 

Lowell, First-Rev. Bob Davis, Mrs. J. K. Carpenter. 

Macedonia-Rev. Ernest Whitesides, Elease Cole. 

McAdenville-Mrs. Winn, Bill Miller, Mr. and Mr. Odell Rankin, Bessie Rumfelt 

Lottie Knowles. 

Midway-Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Panther. 

Mount Beulah -Ethel Strouoe. Rev. S. Guy Walker, Mr. Dean Moffitt, Mrs. William 

Beam, Mrs. T. V. Hill, Mrs. Wilma Stinnette, Mrs. Judy Cook. 

Mt. Holly, First-Rev. and Mrs. Barry Chambers, Harry McCall, J. D. Williams. 

Mt. Holly, Second-Mildred McGee, Mrs. Mary Stillwell, Rev. Howard Corley. 

Mt. Zion -Rev. and Mrs. Robert Baynard, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Craig, Alpha 

Huffman, Elena Belle Black, Sally Helms. 

New Heights -Leola Cook, Gladys M. Stezer, Marie C. High. 

New Life -Russell Craig Cannon, Jr., Rev. Franklin Hartman, Bill Handsell. 

New Hope-Peggy Hovis, Rev. Yates Campbell, Herb Wilson, Peggy Wilson, Pat 

Ballard. 

North Main-Zelda Bently, Rev. E. D. Wells, Rose Buffin. 

Northside -Mrs. Laura Garver, Rev. C.B. Carver, Kathleen Pryor, Shirley James, 

Mrs. Edith Gray, Thelma Anderson. 

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Oakgrove-Rev. T. C. Ayers, Mrs. George Roberson, Wayne Beam, Mrs. Fay Ayers. 

Parkwood -Lonnie Bryson, Mrs. Thelma B. Moss, H. S. Redding, Sr., Mrs. Estelle L. 

Craig, Mildred White, Dr. and Mrs. Hoyle T. Allred, Rev. R. E. Hicks, E. 0. McFall. 

Plainview-Bessie Evans, Blois Stroup. 

Providence-Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Hottel. 

Rankin Lake-Rev. Edwin Jackson, Larry Blake. 

Ranlo-Rev. Perry Huffstetler, Eunice Auten, Mrs. Bertha L. Hanna, Mrs. Billy G. 

McSwain, Johnnie Morton. 

Ridge-Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Bently, Emma Johnson. , 

Ridgeview -David Helton, Rev. Ralph Holcomb. 

Riverside -Rev. Clarence V. Morris, Sr., Barbara Garrison, Doris Bailey, Ralph 

Chaney, Mike Waters, Georgia Meachem, Geneva Giles. 

Robinwood-Linda H., Clubb, J. B. Hoffman, Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Davis. 

Sandy Plains -Mrs. Monnie Roberts, Rev. Marvin H. Willis, Fred Denton, Mrs. Fred 

Denton, Frances Caldwell, Ronald Caldwell. 

Seventh Avenue-Sam H. Mintz. 

Shady Grove-Mrs. J. D. Sellers, William H. Mauney, Mrs. Guy Wells, Dan W. Silver. 

South Marietta Street -Rev. Hoyle B. Alexander, Mrs. H. B. Alexander, Mrs. Hazel 

W. Hudgins, M. C. Sorrell, Louise Childres. 

South Point-Leon Wyant, Wanda B. Wyant. 

Southside-Rev. Eugene Passmore. 

Stanley, First -Rev. James F. Adams, Mrs. Yates Craig, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mungo, 

Clyde Armstrong, Larry Isaaes. 

Stowe Memorial-Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Robbins, Nellie Poteat, Callie Reese. 

Sunny side-Rev. Andy Broughton, Raymond Short. 

Sunset Forrest-Rev. J. Fred King, Rev. Gary L. Rankin, Mrs. Gary Rankin. 

Taylor Memorial -Annette Crenshaw, Kim Crenshaw, Roxie Tino, Rev. C. R. 

McMahan. 

Temple-Ethel Reinhardt, Rev. L. E. Bookout, Estelle Crane, V. R. Crane, Mrs. Clyde 

Costner, D. Parker Snyder. 

Tuckaseege-Rev. R. Mack Pressley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Helms. 

Unity, Belmont-Belle Wall, Gertrude Coins, Rev. Charles M. Spence, Sr., Mrs. Rita 

Spence, Frances Helton. 

Unity, Gastonia-W. B. Wallace, James A. Bumgardner, Audrey M. Bumgardner, 

Mrs. Pauline Shultzs, Mrs. Pauline Pearson, Rev. Law M. Mobley, Herman 

Motsinger, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Poole, Lela C. Brasell. 

Victorv-Carlee Henderson, Rev. Jim Revis, Mildred Revis. 

West Franklin-Rev. James A. Whitmore, Janie E. Sarge, Elsie S. Echerd, Mrs. Ruth 

Whit worth, Mrs. Madge Dismukes. 

West Cramerton -Rev, James Barnes, Mrs. Annie Grant, Wiile Davis, Edith Pryor, 

Louise Crews. 

Woodlawn -Jim McGaha, Rev. W. A. McKnight, Perry Smith, Mrs. Ruth Mattox, 

Jerry Watts, Roy Ervin, Mrs. Herbert Lemons, Mrs. George Waldrop, T. H. 

Lemons. 

VISITORS FROM OUTSIDE OUR ASSOCIATION 

Coy C. Privette, Kannapolis, N. C; Rev. David Rice, Winnsboro, S. C, Gold Hill 
B.P.C.; Edwin S. Coate, N. C. Baptist Foundation, Raleigh, N. C; Rev. Bartley 
Home, Kings Mtn. N. C; T. A. Lineberger, South Mountain Baptist Camp; Howard 
J. Ford, Raleigh, N. C; Rev. and Mrs. Woodrow W. Hill, Biblical Recorder. 



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FIRST SESSION 

1. The 58th Annual session of the Gaston Baptist Association was held at the 
Ridge Baptist Church, Gastonia, N. C. and Riverside Baptist Church, Cramerton, N. 
C. 

2. The worship session was under the direction of Mr. Gerald Campbell, 
Minister of Music and Education at East Baptist Church, Belmont, N. C, who led us 
in singing of the hymns "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus", and "He Keeps me Singing". 
Mr. Glenn Caldwell, pastor at Berea, led us in our opening prayer. 

3. Mr. Gerald Campbell and his wife Patsy sang a duet entitled "Because He 
Lives". Mrs. Patsy Campbell then sang a song entitled "Lord, Listen to Children". 
The Campbells then sang a duet entitled "Without Him". Included in our worship 
service was Mrs. Brenda Robinson, a member of East Baptist Church, Belmont, N.C., 
sang a solo entitled "I Have Returned". Our congregation concluded this portion of 
the program with the singing of "Sweet, Sweet, Spirit". 

4. Committee Reports: 

A. Enrollment: Mrs. Sandra Tate, Associational Clerk, made a motion that 
the 307 messengers now registered and those who will register, constitute the 
58th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. The motion was seconded 
by Yates Campbell and was carried (312 Messengers, 196 visitors and 55 
alternates were enrolled for these sessions.) 

B. Program: Mr. Maynard Mangum, Chairman of the Program Committee, 
made the motion that the printed program constitute the order of service for the 
58th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. It was seconded and 
carried. 

C. Executive Committee: Rev. Fred Crisp, Chairman of the Executive 
Committee, made a motion that reports need not have a second to them. This 
motion was seconded by Mr. Guy Walker. Mr. Richard Hicks was recognized and 
he made a motion that an amendment be put in so that the reports should not be 
read unless they needed to be acted upon. This was carried. 

D. Nominating Committee: Mr. A. A. Bailey, Chairman of the Nominating 
Committee, gave the report and moved its adoption. This report is provided 
elsewhere in the minutes. It was seconded by Raymond White and carried. 

E. Committee on Committees: Mr. B. I. Epting, Chairman, made the motion 
that the written report of committee be adopted. It was seconded by Mr. Gene 
Passmore and carried. (See Table of Contents for the report of this Committee.) 

F. Stewardship Committee: Mr. Ralph Carpenter, Chairman, gave his report 
stating that in our association 13 of our churches do not give to the Cooperative 
Program. The total gift for all causes given by the churches were $5,564,429.00. 
Mr. Carpenter gave the following goals for the coming year. It is as follows: 

(1) That a stewardship chairman be elected in very church in our 
association. 

(2) That every church conduct a stewardship emphasis this year. 

(3) Every church in 'the association giving something through the 
Cooperative Program for world mission support, every month. 

(4) Every church in the association increasing the percentage of the total 
budget income given through the Cooperative Program. 

(5) Every church in the association giving the suggested amount for the 
support of associational missions, every month. 

(6) Have a special prayer for some Cooperative Program ministry during 
every service in each church during the month of October. 

G. Missions Committee: Mr. Raymond White, Chairman, stated that the 
report consists of the following items: 

(1) As way of information, we wish to inform the Association that there 
are two churches presently under the watchcare of the Association and these 



two churches are faithfully sending in their monthly reports to the chairman 
of the committee. 

The two churches are: Christ Community Baptist Church which has 
purchased the property of the former Cleveland Heights Baptist Church and 
Little Mountain Road Baptist Church which is presently located on Little 
Mountain Road. This church is presently looking at some property for a 
future building site. 

(2) As way of recommendation, we wish to recommend that we accept into 
the fellowship of Gaston Baptist Association the Taylor Memorial Baptist 
Church of Davis Park Road. Taylor Memorial has complied with the 
guidelines and recommendations of our Association. She has been faithful in 
her monthly reports and has shown her spirit of cooperation by her support of 
the Cooperative Program, and Associational Missions. She has further 
displayed her determination to be a strong supporter of the ideals and 
purposes of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

In light of our meeting with Brother Clarence McMahan and three 

members of their fellowship, we unanimously make this recommendation. 

Following the recommendation, the Director of Missions and the Moderator 

gave the members of the church the right hand of fellowship. 

H. What I Can Mean to the Church: Mr. Stanley Howard, pastor at Alexis 

Baptist Church and Happy Danny. This was a conversation pertaining to what 

you can mean to your church. You should love everybody, be faithful, visit and 

witness for your Lord, and give of your money. 

L Ordination Committee: Mr. Bob Davis stated that the committee had met 
nine times during the year for the purpose of examining young men for the 
ministry. On November 23, 1975, they met at Fairview Baptist Church in 
Gastonia to examine Mr. Andy Broughton who has been called as pastor of 
Sunnyside Baptist Church in Gastonia. On April 5, 1976 the committee met to 
examine Mr. Keith Williams who is ribw pastor at Trinity Baptist in Bessemer 
City. On May 30, 1976 the committee met to examine Mr. Bruce Treece who is 
now pastor at Little Mountain Road Baptist in Gastonia. On June 20, 1976 the 
committee met at Providence Baptist in Gastonia to examine Mr. Fred Stroupe 
who is now pastor of Browntown Baptist in Belmont. On July 11, 1976 the com- 
mittee met to examine Mr. Lewis Smith who has been called to the pastorate of 
Rock Springs Baptist in Blacksbure:, S. C. Also on July 11, 1976 Mr. Curtis 
England was examined by the committee. He is now a student at Southeastern 
Seminary. On August 2, 1976 the committee met to examine Mr. Ronald Johnson 
for the ministry. He is now serving as pastor of Sweetwater Baptist in Hickory, 
N. C. On August 23, 1976 the committee met to examine Mr. Jerry Mobley who is 
an evangelist. On September 18, 1976 the committee met at Unity Baptist Church 
to examine Mr. David Poteat who is now servmg as pastor of Faith Baptist in 
Durham, N. C. 
5. Organizational Reports: 

A. WMU Report: Mrs. Gayle Goodson gave her report. She stated that 
1975-76 was a Bicentenniel year for the WMU. Most of our programs carried out 
the theme celebrating our nations birthday. Our annual meeting in 1975 was held 
at Parkwood Church. Rev. and Mrs. Robert E. Green, Missionaries to Taiwan 
were our guest speakers. The new officers for the 1975-76 year were installed. 
The Leadership Training for the WMU Directors were made available at 
Ridgecrest and Mundo Vista. The leadership conferences were held in 
September, 1975, for all churches. WMlTLeaders and members. This conference 
was held at Flint Groves. In October a Mission Action Workshop was held at 
McAdenville Baptist. 

This past July the WMU sponsored a Bi-Centennial Celebration at Unity 
Baptist in Gastonia. Thanks to the Cherryville Youth Choir and Mrs. Catherine 

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Painter of Belmont First, our program was a sensational success. A birthday 
cake and punch was served for refreshements. 

During the year several of our age-level organizations had planned activities. 
Patsy Campbell, our Mission Friends Director, had a banquet for the Mission 
Friends Leaders at East Belmont Church. Nancy Thomas, GA Director, had a 
Day Camp for 1st and 2nd grades at Catawba Heights Church. The watchword 
for 1975-76 was "Where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty". 

Looking ahead to 1976-77 we want to encourage everyone to be a Knowbody 
not a No body, but a KNOWBODY. Not only WMU members but also all women 
and girls in the church and PASTORS. All church leaders should become Know 
bodies. I mean KNOW bodies. Although its true that you're a NO body unless 
you're reading a WMU magazine. We'll have KNOW bodies blooming all over the 
Gaston Baptist Association if we can get busy and keep everyone reading and 
learning about missions. 

B. Brotherhood: Mr. Glenn Caldwell gave the report in the absence of Mr. 
George Pettigrew. He stated that he was very proud of the Baptist Men's work 
in our association this past year. We have spoken in several churches beginning 

Hs work. There was five workshops for Baptist Men leaders in different 

- churches during the year. There was also an associational workshop for 

Brotherhood leadership in September, 1976. Mr Pettigrew would like to 

challenge all churches to begin some Brotherhood work during the coming year. 

C. Church Training: Mr. James Adams gave his report stating that the 
purpose of Church Training on the Associational level is to assist churches in 
establishing, enlarging, conducting and improving their Church Training 
programs. The M Night program was held at First Baptist Church in Mt. Holly. 
There were 23 Pastors and 29 Church Training Directors present. 

Youth Night '76 was at Bessemer City First on March 20. A youth team 
from Gardner Webb presented the program with Bobby Gantt, a Gardner-Webb 
student, bringing a challenging message. On May 23, the Memory Work 
Tournament was conducted at Mt. Holly First with 29 participants from four 
churches: Cnerryville First 10; Fairview 3; Parkwood 7; Midway 9. 

Mr. Adams expressed his appreciation during his past year as director. 
With the election of a new man at the helm this year and a growing enthusiasm of 
Church Training we can surely look forward to a good year in Church Training. 

D. Sunday School: Mr. Doug West stated that Sunday School was a vital leak 
in our churches. The theme for the year is "Let the Church Stand Up". Mr. 
West stated that there are two important dates coming up this year for our 
leaders. The dates are January 18 and 19 in Charlotte and April 18 in our own 
association. 

6. Mr. Campbell led in the singing of the hymns "Rescue the Perishing", 
"Revive Us Again", and Share His Love". 

7. Mr. Warren Mallard, Educational Director of Mecklenburg Association spoke 
to us about Sunday School Renewal. He informed us of the three creative ways that 
teaching could be used. They are: (1) to have training classes to better equip our 
leaders (2) to reach out and get people in (3) to emphasize youth this year in our 
churches. Mr. Mallard stressed how important the touch of love is to everyone. This 
can be expressed in many different ways. This should be expressed by everyone. 
Mr. Mallard concluded with prayer. 

8. South Mountain Camp: Mr. T. A. Lineberger reported that South Mountain 
had a very good summer. There were 101 decisions for Christ in August. He 
reported that 428 people had attended South Mountain Camp from Gaston 
Association. He stated that by 1977 the property would be valued at V2 million 
dollars at South Mountain Camp. 



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9. Miscellaneous Business: 

A.Mr. Glenn Caldwell appointed ttie committee on committees. The^ are 
printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

B. Baptist Foundation: Edwin Coates, Executive Secretary of the Baptist 
Foundation, spoke briefly to us concerning the funds that they hold for us, saying 
that the funds could be used for the needs that the people see fit for them. He 
stated that we could be better stewards by letting the foundation or other people 
hold the money for us. 

10. Dr. Allred was recognized and made an announcement pertaining to the 
publication of his new book Without Trumpets. 

11. The session was dismissed at 4:15 for a break and reconvened at 4:30. 

12. Our worship service was under the direction of Herb Wilson, Director of 
Music at New Hope Baptist Church. He led the congregation in singing "Banner of 
the Cross" and "Marvelous Grace". Mr. Wilson sang a solo entitled "I Find No Fault 
in Him". 

13. Associational Missions Report: 

A. Mr. Mack Pressley, Vice Moderator, recognized Mr. Glenn Caldwell to 
give some tentative figures from our 1975-76 church letters. 

B. Executive Committee: Mr. Fred Crisp, Chairman, presented the 
Executive Committee's report and it was received as information. It is as 
follows: 

(1) During the year the Cleveland Heights Church Property was given to 
the association and it was sold to Christ Community Church with the profit 
going equally to Association, Home, State and Foreign Missions. 

(2) Arrangements were made to buy 110 copies of Mr. AUred's book. 
Without' Trumpets for the churches in the association and Baptist Schools in 
North Carolina. Also, a copy machine was bought with our part of the money 
from the sale of the Cleveland Heights property, with the remaining part 
going into the Christian Social Ministry warehouse fund. 

(3) The association's VW bus was sold for $500 and this^money placed in 
ihe CMS warehouse fund. We now have $10,000 in this fund, and according to 
previous action, we can proceed with plans for building the warehouse. 

(4) Because of the rise in costs of jusL about everything; four items in the 
buagei nad to be increased. The Finance Committee does a good job, but we 
simply cannot tell from one year to the next just how the economy will go. 

(5) The association has for years owned a house for the Director of 
Missions, but at the request of the Director, the association sold this house to 
him (Mr. Allred) for $30,000. The payoff of first mortgage and settlement 
charges amounted to $2,967.69. This left $27,032.31 of which $27,000 was used 
to buy a savings certificate and $32.31 placed in the warehouse fund. 

(6) Places for the Associational Board to meet next year: January, First 
Baptist, Belmont; April, Long Creek Memorial, Dallas; August, Calvary, 
Gastonia. 

(7) During Mr. Allred's stay in the hospital this past associational year, 
three men, Mr. Glenn Caldwell, Mr. Mack Pressley, and Mr. Fred Crisp, met 
at the associational office every Monday morning to help with the work in any 
way possible. The office staff and many others filled in and did what they 
could during this time. Mr. Allred wanted me to thank these men and all 
others for carrying on with the work during his absence. 

C. Treasurer's: In the absence of Mr. Fred West, Mrs. Dot Allred gave the 
report. Mrs. Allred referred to the printed Treasurer's Report and moved its 
adoption. She expressed her gratitude for the love gift received by her and her 
family during the illness of Dr. Allred. {See Table of Contents for the page 
number of this report.) 



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D. Finance Committee: Mr. Ray Helms, Chairman, presented the budget for 
1976-77 and made a motion that the recommendations be accepted. Mr. Fred 
Crisp seconded the motion. The motion was carried. (See Table of Contents 
for this report.) 

14. According to Hoyle: Dr. Hoyle Allred, Superintendent of Missions, 
expressed his thanks to everyone for their prayers and support during his illness and 
stay in the hospital. Mr. Allred informed the people that he was preaching again at 
churches in the association and others. Everyone is on a first come first serve basis 
for Dr. Allred to come to their churches. 

15. Mr. Westle Johnson, host pastor, gave instructions concerning the meal to 
be served. 

16. Mr. Paul Robins, Director of Music at First Baptist Church, Cherryville, 
presented the special music. He sang a medley of songs about "the cross". He was 
accompanied by Michael Parker, Pianist. 

17. The Annual Sermon was preached by Dr. John Tresch, pastor of First 
Baptist Church, Cherryville. He spoke on "Look at the Cross" - Luke 23:25. It is 
printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

18. The First Session was adjourned with prayer by Dr. Tresch . A delicious 
meal was enjoyed by everyone. 



SECOND SESSION 

19. The evening session was opened at 7:00 p.m. with Mr. Herb Wilson leading 
the congregation in the hymn "Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus", and also one verse of 
"Amazing Grace". 

20. The New Hope Baptist Trio sang a song entitled "All in the Name of Jesus". 
Mr. Westle Johnson led in the opening prayer. 

21. Mrs. Peggy Hovis and her son, Timmy, sang a duet entitled "The Old 
Rugged Cross". 

22. Mission Reports: 

A. Home Mission: Mr. Yates Campbell. Director of Christian Social 
Ministries, referred to the printed Home Mission's Report and moved its 
adoption. Mr. Campbell commented that this year is the greatest challenge yet 
because of the 80 million unchurched persons to be reached. Everyone should 
have an opportunity to hear about Christ. He also said that members of the 
Southern Baptist Convention have an opportunity to share with new testament 
believers their faith in Christ. 

B. Foreign Missions: In the absence of Mrs. Raymond White, Mr. Raymond 
White referred to the printed report and moved its adoption. It was so carried. 
Mr. White stated that Loray Baptist has purchased a house and was fixing it up 
so they could house a missionary family on furlough while in our association or 
county. He encouraged the giving of everyone to support the Lottie Moon 
Christmas Offering. 

23. Memorials: Mrs. Dewey Warren read a list of the deceased members of our 
association. She concluded by reading a Psalm. These names appear elsewhere in 
the minutes. (See Table of Contents) 

24. "What the Church Means to Me": Dr. Hoyle Allred, spoke briefly on the 
church. He said that the church, God's Housey was his life. It had been there in his 
youth and it was there now. He went on to say that everytime a crisis came, the 
church was there to pray for him. The church was th^re for me when I accepted 
Christ as my personal Saviour, when I was in preparation for the ministry, when 
ordained as a deacon. Dr. Allred stated. Dr. Allred continued and said that one 
should give their life for the church, because the church will outlast eternity. 

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25. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Mr. Glenn Caldwell, Moderator, recognized all new pastors and workers in 
our association. 

B. Report of Librarian: Mrs. Johnnie Morton gave her report on the 
filmstrips and materials available to the churches. She announced that also 
available this year is a filmstrip which goes along with the Adult Foreign Mission 
Study. The report is as follows: 



On Hand 


Circulation 75 


Circulation 76 


16 MM Films 

"Unchained Goodness" 


6 


38 


52 


"Good News for New Readers" 








"Rope of Sand" 

"The Devil and the Association" 








"Explain Me a Missionary" 
"A Missionary Purpose--Born 
to Serve" 








Filmstrips 
Books 


330 
509 


163 
23 


253 

7 


Slide Sets 


18 


3 


10 


Equipment 

Tapes and Cassettes 

Disc Records 


17 
24 
24 


83 
6 


130 
8 


Association Slides 


1 


22 


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26. Mr. David Nesnow, Minister of Music of Chapel Grove Baptist, led the 
congregation in singing "Onward Christian Soldiers". He then led the Chapel Grove 
choir in the singing of "Higher Ground" and "He Lifted Me". Mr Nesnow then led 
the congregation in the choruses of "Heavenly Sunlight", "For God So Loved the 
World", and "Alleluha". The Chapel Grove choir sang for us "Worthy the Lamb" and 
"Let's Just Praise the Lord", 

27. Dr. Howard Ford from the Baptist State Convention brought a very 
inspiring message to us on State Missions. 

28. The evening session was closed with prayer by Dr. Howard Ford. 

SECOND DAY-Riverside Baptist 
October 22, 1976 

• THIRD SESSION 

29. The Morning Session was opened with the hymn "Standing on the 
Promises" under the direction of Mr. Mike Waters from Riverside Baptist Church. 
Mr. Waters then led in our opening prayer. Mr. Waters sang two selections entitled 
"When They Ring Those Golden Bells", and "How Much More". He was accompanied 
by Mrs. Hazel Morris, pianist, 

30. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Historial Report: Mr. Guy Walker, Chairman, gave his report of the 
historical information of the churches in the association. This information is printed 
elsewhere in the minutes. 

31. Evangelism Report: Mr. Hoyle Alexander gave his report and moved its 
adoption. It is as follows: 

We have had a great year in evangelism both on the state and associational level. 
On the state level, we had 2,600 Pastors and lay persons at the 30th state wide 
EvangeHsm Conference at the Civic Center Auditorium in Asheville, Feb. 2-4, 1976. 
The theme was "Freedom in Christ". The response from many persons indicates that 
this conference was one of the best in several years. 

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Lay persons and Pastors continue to respond to the emphasis on lay witness 
training through Lay Evangelism Schools. During the past 4V2 years, 14,284 youth 
and adults have participated in these shcools from 1,150 churches in 62 associations. 
During the last evenings of the 62 weeks of schools, there have been 896 professions 
of faith made by youth and adults in their homes. 

Over 12,000 youth, pastors and adult leaders attended the sixth state wide Youth 
Evangelism Night, August 13, at the Greensboro Coliseum where many decisions 
were made for Christ. 

The 31st state wide Evangelism Conference will be February 7-9, 1977, at the 
War Memorial Auditorium in Greensboro. We urge all the churches in our 
Association to send their pastors and lay leaders to this conference. 

On the associational level our evangelism emphasis got off to a good start with an 
Associational Rally in the Hunter Huss Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 1, 1975. The 
attendance was estimated at between 2,500 and 3,000. The speaker was Dr. Forrest 
Watkins, Director of Associational Evangelism for the Home Mission Board, Atlanta, 
Ga. During the cold evening, we had our hearts and lives challenged and warmed by 
the great singing and great preaching. 

During the month of December we had a Watch Night Prayer for revival on Dec. 
31, that was well attended. 

The observance of Soul Winning Commitment Day resulted in many people 
commiting themselves to win the lost for Jesus. 

During the month of February, Lay Evangelism Schools were conducted at the 
Dallas Baptist Church, Dallas, and the West Franklin Avenue Baptist Church, 
Gastonia, under the leadership and guidance of Rev. James Lowery of the Chapel 
Grove Baptist Church. These schools aided greatly in the training of lay people for 
the actual task of witnessing. 

The climax of our year of evangelism came during the week of April 4-11, 1976 as 
our Association sponsored Simultaneous Revivals with radio broadcasts Monday 
through Friday, April 5-9. Breakfast meetings for the Pastors and Evangelists were 
provided at the Flint Groves Bapist Church. Fifty of our churches participated in 
this effort. 

Through the aid of our Prayer Committee, Association wide Prayer Retreats 
were conducted and a genuine spirit of Evangelism began to permeate our entire 
area. Our theme for the year was "If the Son shall make you free, ye shall be free 
indeed". 

We are sure that when the total number of baptisms is in and tabulated we will 
find that this has been one of our greatest years in evangelism. 

We would like to thank the Committee Chairmen that contributed so much to the 
success of our Proclamation '76 year: John Tresch, Attendance; Glenn Caldwell, 
Enlistment; Fred West, Finance; Bill Wallace, Fellowship; James Lowery, Lay 
Evangelism; David Nesnow, Music; Mrs. Lou Lethco, Prayer; Elvin Jones, Publicity; 
Leon Nicholson, Recording; Richard Hicks, Spiritual Growth; Bobby Duncan and 
Max Pendleton, Youth Witnessing. 

May the Lord help us all to continue to "Proclaim liberty throughout all the land". 
(Lev. 25:10) 

32. Mr. Alexander introduced to us, Mr. Coy Privette, President of the Baptist 
State Convention of North Carolina, who spoke to us briefiy on evangelism. He 
stated that he found two areas where the Lord was working. They are: (1) youth 
turning to Christ and (2) more involvement of lay people. He stated that we should be 
more concerned with winning the world to the Lord's work. 

33. Dr. Hoyle Allred presented the places for the annual meeting to be held m 
1977, 1978, 1979. They are as follows: Alexis Baptist, Alexis, and Chestnut Ridge 
Baptist in Kiners Mountain. The 1978 session is to be held at Chapel Grove in 
Gastonia and Ranlo Baptist in Ranlo. The 1979 session is to be held at First Baptist 
Church in Cherryville and Mr. Zion Baptist in Cherryville. This was seconded by 
Maynard Mangum and carried. 

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34. Christian Social Ministries: 

A. Association Missions: Mr. Yates Campbell, Christian Social Ministries 
Director gave his report and moved its adoption. He states that while he and the 
Daves were in Barbados there were 6 certificates given for the literacy classes. 
His report is as follows: 

Direct Aid 

1. 44 families assisted with utilities. 

2. 19 families assisted with transporation. 

3. 58 families assisted with prescriptions. 

4. 9 families assisted with doctor and hospital bills. 

5. 19 families assisted from the convalescent closet. 

6. 46 families referred to local churches. 

7. 385 families assisted with clothing orders. 

8. 26 families assisted with toys for children. 

9. 270 families received food orders. 

10. 89 families furnished with household items and furniture. 

11. 21 families assisted them with rent. 

Out-Reach Ministry 

1. 16,982 Miles traveled. 

2. 107 personal conferences. 

3. 141 Sermons preached. 

4. 81 classes taught. 

Mr. Campbell encouraged people to come and help on volunteer day at the 
associational office. He also ask that volunteers bring items to the associational 
office that wanted to be contributed to the needs of others. 

B. Hospital Report: Mr. Joe Campbell gave the printed report. It stated that 
the sense of stewardship demands a continual updating and upgrading of medical 
procedures to assure patients the highest quality care. One of the most sign- 
ificant recent developments is the creation of Family Medicine. In recent months 
renovation of the west and south wings of the hospital has been completed. 
Mother's Day gifts for the fiscal year were increased this year. This has been 
made possible through "Christian Stewardship". 

C. Children's Home: Mr. Charles Summey gave the report. He stated that 
we have no greater national need than strength of character and wholeness of 
persons in our citizens. Yet too many children are deprived of the growing 
experiences so essential to wholeness of life. The purpose of the Baptist 
Children's Homes of North Carolina is to make up this loss through Christian 
ministry of child care. The main focus is Christian love. No great investment 
can be made in the future of Gods Kingdom than to invest in the care of children. 
Please give through the Thanksgiving offering to support this need. 

D. Homes for the Aging: Mr. Maynard Mangum gave the report. He stated 
that this year had been of special excitment and enthusiasm for the Baptist 
Home for the Aging. They had entered into the Fund-Raising Effort to raise 
$1,000,000 for the construction of the Western North Carolina Baptist Home 
in Asheville. When the home in Asheville is completed it will accomodate 50 
people. Gifts this year through the Cooperative Program and Special Offering for 
the Homes received in February are greater than ever before. We must double 
and triple our efforts if we are to meet the needs of the older people in our midst. 

E. BibHcal Recorder: Mr. Woodrow Hill stated that the Southern Baptist was 
growing. It is now the largest Protestant denomination that we have. Mr. Hill 
went on to state that the Southern Baptist were the best informed people around. 
The reason for this is that the Southern Baptists have 33 State Baptist news 
magazines. Mr Hill said that the Biblical Recorder was in 117,000 homes. He 
urges all churches to put each and every family on the mailing list of the Recorder. 

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F. Christian Education: Mr. Worth Braswell moved the adoption pf the report 
as printed in the Book of Reports. This was carried. He stated that Baptist 
colleges reaffirm their gratitude for the support given by Baptists through the 
Cooperative Program and through the special offering on Father's Day. 

G. Annuity Board: W. Perry Crouch spoke to us briefly on the retirement of 
pastors. He urged all churches to consider this plan for their pastors, in which all 
pastors could be covered after retirement. 

35. How Churches Are Standing Up? 

A. Church in your Home: Mr. Douglas Aldrich, g^ve a report on the new 
project at First Baptist Church, Gastonia. He stated that they were having 
Sunday night church services in the homes of the members. Mr. Aldrich said that 
this might make the Sunday Night Evening Service better and more people 
would get involved. At the homes they had guided studies for each group. He 
stated that the attendance grew 7 times the original number. 

B. The Open Door: Mr. Harry McCall, s:ave a report on a new project that 
had been started at First Baptist Church, Mt. Holly. He stated that a youth 
center has been set up for Friday night. This was used after ballgames in the 
community where all the youth would gather. They would have the "open door" 
every other week. They had personal testimonies and different types of 
entertainment. 

C. Family Ministry: Mr. Wade McKnight gave a report on what they were 
doing at Woodlawn Baptist. They have a family ministry going in their church. 
They have a night when all age groups meet. While they are having GA's 
Acteens, RA's and Mission Friends, Mr. McKnight has Bible Study for the adult 
and other young people. 

D. Senior Citizens: Mr. Love Dixon gave a report on the work that the Senior 
Citizens is doing at Loray Baptist Church. The report is as follows: 

I have had the privilege of spending the past 12 months with Loray Church as 
associate pastor and working with the senior citizens many of whom are 
homebound and many in rest homes. We have about 60 who are active in our 
Senior Citizens Club. Our club meets monthly-business, program, refreshments 
and fellowship. We try to take at least a trip each quarter. The past year we 
spent 2 nights in Myrtle Beach and other trips to North and South Carolina. 

We are now in the process of arranging next year's activities. I can truthfully 
say I have spent the most enjoyable year of my life in the ministry. 

The fine young people at Loray who call themselves Senior Citizens do not 
intend to get old or let anyone around them get old. 

I am very grateful to the pastor and people of Loray for allowing me to be a 
part of this fellowship for this past year. 

36. Resolutions Committee: Mr. Charles Summey gives the following report of 
this committee. These were not presented but were handed to the clerk in report 
form to be included in the minutes. 

WHERAS the Gaston Baptist Association has now completed its 58th annual session 
with the theme: "Let the Church Stand Up", let us in such spirit resolve: 

1. That we move from these sessions determined to move with boldness into the 
world for the KINGDOM OF CHRIST. 

2. That we go as Christian Citizens fully determined to support November 2nd 
as a day of elections in which we will cast our ballots and encourage those of our 
fellowship to carry out their responsibility of so doing as a citizen of a free land 
wherein our Lord is recognized as the sovereign God. 

3. That we acknowledge herein our gratitude to God for His blessings upon our 
Director of Missions. That we recall the prayers that were offered; and we would 
return unto the God to whom we prayed our thanksgiving for His grace of miraculous 
ministry through modern medicine, doctors, nurses, and other attendants as to Dr. 
Hoyle Allred. 

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4. That we express in written word our appreciation: 

a. To our host church, Ridge Church of Gastonia, Westle Johnson, pastor, 
and Riverside Church of Cramerton, Clarence Morris, pastor, for the use of their 
facilities, the excellent food and for the warm hospitality of the people of these 
two churches. 

b. To our Moderator, Glenn Caldwell, for two years of the highest leader- 
ship; for his fair and firm way of conducting the business of the association; and 
for his Christian manner as he walked among us as our Moderator. And to his 
associates Vice Moderator, Mack Pressley, and Clerk, Mrs. Dean Tate, for their 
contributions to the meeting of our association in annual session. 

c. To everyone who had a part in the planning, the participation, or any 
other act of contribution as to these two days of business and inspiration. 

5. That we recognize in gratitude the work of our Director of Missions and his 
co-laborers in the Associational Office. Likewise, our Executive Committee and Mrs. 
Allred for their leadership during the illness of Dr. Allred. 

And so with such resolutions in mind we look forward to the 59th Annual Session 
of our Gaston Baptist Association, as in His Will, we would meet in 1977. 

37. Worship: Marilyn and Carolyn Wallace, daughters of Mr. Bill Wallace, led in 
our worship service. Carolyn Wallace sang a solo entitled "Because He Lives" and 
Marilyn sang "God Gave Me a Song". They continued in our worship service by 
singing a duet entitled "To God be the Glory". 

38. A Bicentennial Sermon, "The Death of a Nation", was delivered by Mr. Bill 
Wallace, pastor of Flint Groves Baptist. (This is printed elsewhere in the minutes.) 

39. Our moderator Glenn Caldwell, presented the gavel to our newly elected 
moderator, Mr. Mack Pressley. Mr Caldwell thanked everyone for their help during 
his office as moderator of the association. 

40. Mr. Clarence Morris, host pastor, was recognized to give instructions 
concerning the meal to be served. 

41. The Fifty-Eighth Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was 
dismissed in prayer by Mr. Bob Baynard, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1976 



]ash receipts: 






Contributions from churches (page 3) 






Designated 


$11,891.60 




Budget 


80,286.88 


$92,178.48 


G. R. Company 




240.00 


Baptist State Convention 




210.00 


Sales Tax refund 




491.92 


Hoyle Allred 




353.90 


J. P. Tanner 




200.00 


Yates Campbell 




373.35 


All other miscellaneous gifts and receipts 




5,978.01 
$100,025.66 



Disbursements: 
Christian social ministries: 

Relief 

New Work 

VBS for retarded 

Literacy council 

Volunteer training 
Salaries: 

Superintendent of missions 

CSM director 

Case worker 

Promotional secretary 

General secretary 

Custodian 

Extra secretarial help 

Clerk 

Conventions 

Travel 

Health and life insurance 

Retirement 

Other workers (Ridgecrest) 

Payroll taxes 

Utilities-Seperintendent of missions 

Housing and Utilities-CSM director 

Auto insurance-CSM director 
Organization and educational ministry: 

Woman's Missionary Union 

Brotherhood 

Sunday School 

Church Training 

Associational minutes 

Annual meeting 

Stewardship promotion 

Evangelism 

Visual aids 

Seminary extension 

World missions conference 

Equipping conference 
Calendar and bulletins 
Postag^e and office supplies 
New Equipment and Maintenance 
Utilities 
Insurance 

Building maintenance 
Janitorial and kitchen supplies 
House payment 

Debt retirement-including property taxes 
Miscellaneous and Christmas bonus 
Warehouse fund 
Designated funds 



Budget 



Actual 



$3,000.00 


$3,000.00 


400.00 


309.15 


100.00 


95.72 


150.00 


150.00 


500.00 


448,19 


10,367.50 


10,367.50 


7,500.00 


5,730.03 


3,744.00 


3.872.56 


6,500.00 


6.500.00 


6,240.00 


6.240.00 


1,560.00 


1,560.00 


846.80 


968.45 


200.00 


200.00 


450.00 


450.00 


2,040.00 


1,913.97 


2.742.56 


1,656.14 


1,998.04 


966.74 


240.00 


175.00 


2,276.33 


2,286.81 


600.00 


600.00 


600.00 


600.00 


113.20 


113.20 


1,625.00 


1,602.77 


500.00 


444.76 


300.00 


177.67 


500.00 


265.70 


950.00 


946.40 


375.00 


375.00 


100.00 


100.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


311.19 


600.00 


585.02 


1,000.00 


770.15 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


2,900.00 


2,638.66 


2,700.00 


3,460.78 


1,200.00 


1,209.29 


3,200.00 


4,255.08 


500.00 


498.30 


1,000.00 


842.68 


240.00 


236.70 


1,380.00 


1,265.00 


3,872.16 


3,872.16 


1,500.00 


1.385.60 


10,000.00 


6,759.47 


17,965.09 


17,511.87 




$99,717.62 



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Excess of receipts over disbursements $308.04 

Cash balance, October 1,1975 1,578.15 

Cash balance, September 30, 1976 $1,886.19 

Contributions Received from Churches 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1976 

Designated Budget 
Received for budget contributions: 

Alexander Memorial $350.28 

Alexis 50.00 1,200.00 

Anthony Grove 417.16 

Belmont, First - $5.75 1,800.00 

Belmont, East 37.00 1,380.00 

Berea 193.00 1,822.09 

Bessemer City, First 232.00 500.00 

Bessemer City, Second 55.00 25.00 

Bethany 149.53 

Bethlehem 70.50 1,054.01 

Bingham , 27,50 ' 300.00 

Browntown 53.18 

Calvary 105.00 596.00 

Catawba Heights 20.00 300.00 

Cedar Grove 200.00 

Centerview 117.50 1,176.00 

Chapel Grove 177.75 2,913.00 

Cherryville, First 173.75 1,497.94 

Cherryville, Second 70.00 255.00 

Chestnut Kidge 117.00 360.00 

Christs' Community Church 35.00 45.00 

Community 267.19 772.49 

Cramerton, First 70.00 1,200.00 

Cramerton, West 52.55 1,470.18 

Dallas 154.00 1,360.20 

Fairview 180.00 543.00 

Faith, Belmont 25.00 

Faith, Bessemer City 10.00 " 117.72 

Faith, Gastonia 32.00 104.00 

Flint Groves ^ 835.75 2,499.96 

Fraley Memorial 102.00 787.44 

Friendship 450.00 

Gamble Hill 20.00 112.29 

Gaston 14.00 226.76 

Gastonia, East 241.35 2,753.00 

Gastonia, First 455.30 4,999.06 

Gateway 100.00 431.33 

Grace - 175.00 1,302.45 

Hardin 50.00 410.18 

Hickory Grove 144.25 800.00 

High Shoals 290.00 507.96 

Holland Memorial 55.00 142.41 

Lakeview - 50.60 202.00 

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Little Mountain Road - 107.49 

Long Creek Memorial 124.91 1,950.00 

Loray 456.00 2!608!52 

Love Memorial 35.00 950.00 

Lowell, First 81.00 275.00 

McAdenville 161.00 1,121.22 

Macedonia 10.00 463.40 

Midway 30.00 

Mount Beulah 758.43 988 73 

Mount Holly, First 246.00 2,233.03 

Mount Holly, Second 154.00 511.92 

Mount Zion 56.00 1,301.96 

Mountain View ' 10.00 

New Heights 611.13 746.97 

New Hope 116.47 784.78 

New Life 54.25 508.81 

North Main Street - 104.00 

Northside x 20.00 313.15 

Oak Grove ^ . 100.00 

Parkwood 1,017.49 2,055.00 

Plainview 205.00 

Providence 317.00 1,523.86 

Rankin Lake 404.50 450.00 

Ranlo 137.25 1,200.00 

Ridge 120.00 755.00 

Ridgeview 43.00 450.00 

Riverside ' 110.00 761.90 

Robinwood ' 127.08 276.20 

Salem 520.20 

Sandy Plain 80.50 1,200.00 

Shady Grove ^ 35.50 1,324.92 

South Marietta Sreet 238.30 1,200.00 

South Point 192.00 484.86 

Southside Chapel 31.75 438.21 

Springfield 25.00 - 206.62 

Stanley, First 140.50 1,500.00 

Stowe Memorial - 100.00 650.00 

Sunneyside 101.00 440.05 

Sunset Forest 1,162.00 

Taylor Memorial 447.95 

Temple ' 135.75 1,200.00 

Trinity 105.19 

Tuckaseegee 97.30 887.53 

Unity, Belmont 100.00 300.00 

Unity, Gastonia 69.00 3,331.26 

Victory ^ 132.50 1,737.09 

Webb's Chapel -. 285.91 

West Franklin ■ 243.85 992.53 

Woodlawn 82.40 1,500.00 

United 35.00 

$11,891.60 $80,286.88 
(Editor's Note: This concurs with the Treasurer's Report given to the Annual 
Session.) 

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November 30, 1976 

The Executive Committee 
Gaston Baptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 

We have examined the statements of cash receipts and disbursements of the 
General Fund and the CSM Warehouse Fund of the Gaston Baptist Association for 
the church year ended September 30, 1976. 

Our examination of recorded cash transactions was made in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests of the 
accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary 
in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statements present fairly the assets at 
September 30, 1976 and the recorded transactions for the year then ended. 

Butler & Stowe 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET -1976-1977 

I. Mission Program: Christian Social Ministries 



1. Relief 


$3,500.00 




2. Deaf Ministry 


100.00 




3. New York 


400.00 




4. VBS for Retarded 


150.00 




6. Literacy Council 


150.00 




7. Volunteer Program 


500.00 




8. Annual Workshop 


400.00 




Total Mission Program 






II. Personnel Expense 






10a. Supt. Missions 






Salary 


9,480.00 




b. Housing & Util. 


3,900.00 




c. Convention 


450.00 




d. Travel 


1,650.00 




e. Health, Life, Disability 


1,520.00 




f. Retirement 


1,200.00 




g. Social Security 


782.73 


18,982.73 


11a. CSM Director Salary 


8,250.00 




b. Housing & Util. 


3,900.00 




c. Travel 


1,500.00 




d. Health, Life, Disability 


1,056.00 




e. Social Sectirity 


710.78 




f. Insurance on Datsun truck 


113.20 




g. Retirement 


1,215.00 




h. Special Travel (Convention) 300.00 








17,044.98 


12a. Case Worker Salary 


4,680.00 




b. Life & Disability 


81.00 




c. Ridgecrest HM Week 


100.00 




d. Social Security 


273.78 





$5,200.00 



5,134.78 
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13a. Promotional Secretary Sal. 7,200.00 

b. Life & Disability 100.00 

c. Ridgecrest HM . 

Week 100.00 

d. Social Security 421.20 

14a. Office Secretary Sal. 6,900.00 

b. Life and Disability 81.00 

c. Ridgecrest HM 

Week 100.00 

d. Social Security 403.65 

ISa. Custodian Salary " 2,340.00 

b. Social Security , 136.89 

16a. Librarian Salary 200.00 

b. Ridgecrest Librarian's Conf. 100.00 



17a 


. Extra Secretarial Help 


1,000.00 


b 


. Social Security 


60.00 


18a 


. Clerk Salary 


300.00 


19. 


Travel 


520.00 


Total Personnel Expense 




III. 


Organizational & Educational Ministry 


20. 


Woman's Missionary Union 


1,500.00 


21. 


Brotherhood 


300.00 


22. 


RA Track and Baseball 


600.00 


23. 


Sunday School 


375.00 


24. 


Church Training 


500.00 


25. 


Associational Minutes 


1,150.00 


26. 


Annual Meeting 


375.00 


27. 


Stewardship Promotion 


100.00 


28. 


Evangelism 


1,000.00 


29. 


Visual Aids 


500.00 


30. 


Seminary Extension 


600.00 


31. 


Campground Ministry 


400 ;M) 



7,821.20 

7,484.65 

2,476.89 

300.00 

1,060.00 
300.00 
520.00 



$61,125.23 



Total Organizational & Educational Mi:<Lry 7,400.00 

IV. Service Ministry 

40. Calendar and Bulletins 2,900.00 

41. Office Supplies 1,600.00 

42. Postage & Business Exp. 1,700.00 

43. New Equipment & Maint. 500.00 

Total Service Ministry , ^ > 6,700.00 

V. Buildings and Equipment 

50. Utilities 4,150.00 

51. Insurance 500.00 

52. Maintenance of Build. 1,200.00 ; ,- ^ 

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53. Janitorial & Kitchen Sup. 290.00 

Total Buildings & Equipment ^ 6,140.00 

VI. Debt Retirement 

61. Debt Retirement (Loan) 2,486.96 

Total Debt Retirement 2,486.96 

VII. Contingency Fund 

70. Misc. & Christmas Bonuses" 1,000.00 

Total Contingency Fund 1,000.00 

VIII. Warehouse Fund 10,000.00 

Total Budget ' 100,052.19 

$11,025 will be paid by State Convention and Home Mission Board against CSM 
Director's Salary and Expense, and $500 by State Convention against Superintend- 
ent's Salary, leaving balance of $78,527,19 to be raised for Operating Budget, plus 
$10,000 for proposed warehouse. 

HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
DURING ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

Alexander Memorial -Church Relocated. 

Alexis-Completed and dedicated Church and Community Activity Building. 

Anthony Grove -New Pastor-Rev. R. Douglas Blatzegar. 

Berea-Ordained Ronald Johnson, Furnished for parsonage, carpet, central air, 

Daint, storm windows. 

Bessemer City, First-Remodeled main floor of Educational Building. 

Bethel-Enlarged bathrooms (both men & women); central air and heat in all Sunday 

School classes. Installed stained glass windows in church. New church doors. 

Remodeled the auditorium, carpeted and back porch. 

Bethlehem -Fellowship building completed; bought church bus. 

Bingham-Ground breaking service, 7-25-76. Ordained Curtis England. 

Cedar Grove-Dedicated new Fellowship & Activities Building. 

Chapel Grove-Dedicated new building (Auditorium). 

Cherryville, First-Licensed 4 young men to Gospel Ministry. Sent 3 men to 

Honduras and 1 to Antigua as work missionaries. Family Enrichment Conference by 

Dr. and Mrs. John Drakeford. Pastor conducted special training course for the 10 

who answered God's call to ministry. Had 9 answer God's call to the ministry. 

Record Lottie Moon Offering. Had 1st, Baptist Pastor's Kids Klub for Grades 1-6. 

Cherryville, Second-Purchased a bus. May, 1976. Note-burning June 20, 1976. 

Community -observation of Bicentennial, June 27, 1976. Topigraphical survey of 

land. Plaque presented to oldest charter menber. Placed $12,392 in Building Fund. 

Dallas-Started ministry to deaf. 

East Belmont -Youth went on 1st, Mission tour to Migrant Center in Rich Square, N, 

C. teaching VBS, and using Puppet Ministry, New roof on sanctuary, new 

addressograph purchased also new lawn mower. 

East Gastonia-Mr. Robert Samuel Lowry, Minister of Music and Youth. Purchased 

new staff home. 

Fairview-Ordained Rev. Andy Broughton. 

Friendship-Parsonage and Fellowship Building debt paid off. " ■ .'^ 

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Gamble Hill-Began construction of a fellowship hall. First year ever to have Baptist 
Men organization. 

Gastonia, First -Renovation Debt Retired. Southside Baptist Chapel organized into 
Southside Baptist Church on May 9, 1976. Observed 100th Anniversary in May, 
1976. 

Gateway -New Pastor. 

High Shoals, First-Bicentennial Sunday. Homecoming. 
Holland Memorial -Annual Homecoming, August 29. 

Loray -Bought house at 108 S. Firestone Street, Gastonia to be used as a missionary 
residence. 

Love Memorial -Purchased property next to parking lot -paved for parking. 
Aluminum siding on parsonage. 

Lowell, First -Nev/ Construction approved for Children's building. Ground breaking 
ceremony Sept. 26, 1976, 2:00 p.m. 

Macedonia -Paid off debt retirement of Sanctuary one year early in the amount of 
$4,700.00 

Midway -Dedication of new sanctuary. 

Mt. Zion -Called new pastor on November 2, 1975. Surveyed Cemetery-found grave 
dating back to 1802. Hired ne¥/ Minister of Music and Youth. Hired new Custodian. 
New Heights-Held Ground-Breaking service. Constructed 1st. Church Building. 
Celebrated second anniversary. 
Northside -Ordained John E. Boyd for Ministry. 

Providence -Ordained Fred Stroupe to gospel ministry-first annual Bible Confer- 
ence-sold bonds to build new educational unit and broke ground for same on annual 
Homecoming day, Sept. 12. 
Rankin Lake-Bicentennial Celebration, July 4. 
Ridgeview-New Fellowship Hall. 

Robinwood -Paving of drive and parking area. Completed carpeting all Sunday 
School Classes. New Nursery completed with hot water and Air conditioning. 
Salem-Paid in full debt-to Home Mission Board. Voted to buy 10 acres of land and to 
build parsonage. 

Sandy Plains-Celebrated Naming and relocation of Sandy Plains Baptist Church Oct. 
11 (Centennial). 

Seventh Avenue -Paid off parsonage debt. Sept. 12, 1976 Homecoming Day. 
Shady Grove-New Pastor, Rev. Dan Silvers 3-28-76. 
Southpoint -Paid off church debt. 

Southside-Organized May 9, 1976. Cornerstone August, 1976. 

Springfield -Ordination of Deacons: Reggie Hayes, Raymond W. Griffin, Raymond 
Vernon in May 1975. Purchased new piano. 
Stanley, First-Called Pastor and Part-time Minister of Music. 

Temnle-Pai'nfino- nf r>5iv Carp and Nurserv Buildine". Celebrated 50th Anniv.ersary 
for Church. Purchased New Furniture for Day Care Bldg. and Nursery BIdg. Also, 
purchased new furniture for Educational Building (Children's classes). 
Unity Belmont -Mr. David Poteat ordained. 
Unity Gastonia-Summer Youth Worker, Lay Witness Revival. 
W. Franklin-Student Loan Fund Established. 

West Cramerton -Sold $200,000 in church bonds to finance building of new church. 
Woodlawn -In November 1976, church called Jerry Watts as Minister of Music and 
Youth (fulltime). July 4, 1976 Special celebration of our Bicentennial Year. 

If your church is interested in preserving your history for years yet to be, it can 
be done at no cost, except mailing the records which you want preserved to Dr. John 
R. Woodard, Director, Baptist Historical Collection, Wake Forest University, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Dr. Woodard will microfilm your records and return them to 
you in as good a condition as you mailed your records to him. I think you will be glad 
you did in the future. Do it at once! 

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THE HISTORY OF RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 

God has honored and blessed the efforts, which started from a tent Revival 
conducted by Thomas A. Skipper. For twenty-eight years it has stood in the 
community as a witness and lighthouse for God. 

Ridge Baptist Church was organized on October 3, 1948 in an old store building. 
Originally, there were only fourteen members, six of which joined by letter; today 
the church has 745 members. Thomas A. Skipper served the church from October 3, 
1948 until August 29, 1956. We will always' be gratelul lor this Great Man of God and 
his contribution to our Church. Alfred Scoggins served the church from January 1, 
1957 until March 1, 1959. The present Pastor, Westle Johnson has served since 1959, 
17 Vz years. 

The church has always burned with great evangelistic zeal and God has blessed in 
every way. The church moved from a tent to an old store building, then to a new 
Sanctuary built in 1951. In 1961, an Educational building was completed, a 
Parsonage was built in 1966 and additional land was purchased. In May, 1975, the 
third Sunday we completed a beautiful Sanctuary with a full Fellowship Hall, 
Nursery, Pastor's Study, Office space. We completed a covered walkway joining the 
two buildings. We purchased more property. 

In 1948, receipts for that year were $1,200.00. The year 1975 receipts were 
$101,775.00. Our proposed budget for 1976 is $125,000.00. 

We have come from an old stOi-e building and tent to an estimated worth of 
$1,000,000.00. Every where you go in Gaston County you can hear of Ridge Baptist 
Church. We praise God for what he has done, but we feel its still just a part of what 
he is going to do. This is a story of Vision, Faith and determination of people 
dedicated and committed to the Service of our Wonderful Lord. 
This is the first year we have had a staff. They are as follows: 

Secretary Mrs. Linda Dockery 

Director of Youth Mrs. Charles Clark 

Minister of Music Mr. Daniel Altizer 

Pianist Mrs. Vangie Altizer 

Organist Mrs. Alice Moss 

Custodian Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Bentley 

HISTORY OF RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 

On July 19, 1953, the Fifth Street Mission Sunday School was organized by the 
First Baptist Church of Cramerton. Fifteen people were present, with Mr. Rankin 
Leeper serving as Sunday School Superintendent. 

On November 21, 1954, preaching services were begun. 

Good organizational foundations were laid, with the Woman's Missionary Union 
being organized in April, 1954, and Training Union on October 2, 1955. Sunday night 
worship services were started in April, 1956, and the Brotherhood organized 
December, 1956. Mr. Floyd Hudspeth became Sunday School Superifttendent, 
October 1, 1956, and was serving in that capactiy at the time the mission was 
organized into a church. 

The following served as pastors of the mission: Rev, Don Wilson, Nov. 21, 
1954-Jan. 30, 1955; Rev. Harold Long, Feb. 13, 1955-Aug. 26, 1956; Rev. Clarence 
McMahan, beginning Oct. 7, 1956. 

On Sept. 9, 1956, the mission became self-supporting and adopted a budget 
totaling $3,131.00. Bro. Clarence mcMahan, newly called as pastor, was ordained to 
the gospel ministry by Rankin Lake Baptist Church. 

On Dec. 23, 1956, at a 2:00 p.m. service, the Fifth Street Mission was constituted 
into a church, with the name Riverside Baptist Church. On that date 59 people were 
voted as members of the church, with a motion being made to include others joining 

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the church within the next 90-day period, to be included as charter members. There 
were 77 charter members. 

Church action on Oct. 16, 1957, authorized the purchase of the Benny 
Cunningham property at a cost of $4,500. The Giles Mincey house was purchased as 
a parsonage on January 12, 1958, at a cost of $3,800.00. 

On July 19, 1959, the new sanctuary was dedicated, with building and furnishings 
costing approximately $37,146.37. The building, 80 ft. x 44 ft., was designed to seat 
approximately 300. The first baptismal service was held in the new sanctuary with 
eight people being baptised on April 9, 1959, Mrs. Annie Mae Grooms being the first. 

Feb. 10, 1960, the church voted to have prayer meetings for officers and teachers 
each Sunday morning at 9:30, a practice which has continued across the years. 

The church was served by Rev. Clarence McMahan until June 1960. Rev. Bob 
Grigfffs then became supply minister, with Rev. Leonard Home being called as pastor 
Sept. 11, 1960. Rev. Billie Ray Stephens served as pastor March, 1962 - June, 1963, 
with Rev. Bob Griggs again serving as interim. 

The Rev. Clarence Morris was called as pastor Feb. 2, 1964, and continues to 
serve until the present time. His comment: "God has blessed us beyond my ^wildest 
dreams." 

In 1964, a fund was started for building of a parsonage. This was built with 
volunteer labor and dedicated Nov. 12, 1967, with a value of $27,000, but actual cost 
to the people of $12,713.00. 

New records were set May 10, 1970, with five people saved, 165 in Sunday School, 
118 in Evening Worship, 12 baptized, and total gifts of $1,396.00. 

Young people of the church raised money sufficient to purchase a bus. 

In August 1970, a Constitution and By-Laws were adopted. In 1971, the 
sanctuary was paid off, the parking lot paved and air-conditioning installed in the 
parsonage. 

Plans were m.ade and bonds were sold for the erection of a new educational 
building. This building was completed and dedication held May 20, 1973, at an 
approximate cost of $135,000.00. 

Present membership is 203, with total properties valued at $235,000.00 

CHURCH ANNIVERSARIES 1977 

15th -New Life, Stanley 

20th -Faith, Gastonia 
Lakeview 

65th-East Belmont 
25th-Bethel 

Gamble Hill ' 75th-High Shoals, First 

Plainview 

85th-Lowell, First 
30th-Sunset Forest 

120th-Mt. Zion 
35th-Anthony Grove -- 

Bethlehem - 205th -Long Creek Memorial 

Fairview , "^ 

Stowe Memorial 
West Franklin Avenue 

55th-Hardin 

60th-South Marietta Street 



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OUR BELOVED DEAD 



Alexander Memorial 

Mr. John Talmadge Robinson 

Alexis 

Mr. Charlie Hoyle 

Mrs. Mamie P. Farrell 

Mr. Robert Payne 

Mr. Marvin Robinson 

Mr. Smith Payne 

Mr. Kenneth McAlister 

Mr. Dargin Pruitt 

Mrs. Genevieve McClure 

Mrs. Lundia Morris 

Mrs. Bessie Marie Millon 

Belmont, First 

Mr. Robert E. Cato, Deacon 

Mrs. J. J. Duncan 

Mr. Perry Huffstetler, Sr. 

Mr. C. Edney Briscoe 

Mrs. Charles (Lottie) Nixon 

Mrs. Frank (Nell) Dunn 

Berea 

Mrs. Faye Stainback 

Bessemer City, First 

Mr. George Hosea Tarpley 

Mrs. D. M. Redding 

Mrs. Will Linder 

Mrs. Lottie Mason 

Mr. Clyde Albright 

Mrs. Cora Liitz 

Mrs. Marion Lingerfeldt 

Mrs. Onnie Mae Splawn 

Mrs. Melba Guthrie 

Mrs. Bertha Parton 

Mrs. Tom A. Ballard 

Mr. Garrison Best 

Mrs. Annie Lackey 

Mr. Jack Thrasher 

Mrs. George Hosea Tarpley 

Mr. Loye Leonhardt 

Mrs. Dawson Hull 

Bethany 

Mr. W. A. Lewis 

Bethlehem 

Mr. Joseph F. Wylie 



Calvary 

Mrs. Ethel Meredith 

Mrs. Geraldine Williams 

Mrs. E. R. Holder 

Mrs. Georgeannie Goble 

Mrs. Cora Briggs 

Mr. Elburn Eaker 

Mr. Lloyd Leatherwood, Sr., Deacon 

Mrs. Mae Thornburg 

Catawba Heights 
Mr. Jack Snyder 
Mr. A. C. Huffstetler 
Mr. Tom Jackson 
Mr. Van E. Burch, Sr. 
Mr. Carl Abernathy 
Mrs. Mary Cobb 
Mrs. Flora Caldwell 
Mr. Tom Hanna 
Mrs. Fanny Hanna 
Mrs. Nita Michael 

Cedar Grove 
Mrs. Lassie Bush 

Centerview 
Mrs. Dadie Huffstetler 
Mr. Lester Keeter 
Mr. Arthur Day 
Mrs. Nell Smith 
Mrs. Etta Beach 
Mrs. Bertha Bradshaw 

Chapel Grove 
Mr. George Dismukes 
Mr. Ricky Price 
Mr. J. D. Phillips 

Cherryville, First 
Miss Beadie Anthony 
Mrs. Lucy Blackwood 
Mr. Alfred Dellinger 
Mrs. Alfred Dellinger 
Mr. Basel Dellinger 
Mrs. John F. Heavner, Sr. 
Mr. John C. Jenkins 
Mr. Perry London 
Mr. C. E. Quinn, Jr. 
Mr. Bob D. Rudisill 
Miss Ruth Taylor 



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Chestnut Ridge 
Mrs. Hattie Allman 
Mr. Fannie Pearson 
Mr. Charlie Bridges 
Mrs. Sharon A. Beitty 
Mr. Cecil Williams 

Christ Community 
Mrs. Edna Lowry 

Cramerton, First 

Mr. C. Ross Brandon, Deacon 

Mr.Hoyt Hudson, Deacon 

Mr. Lee Anderson 

Mr. Earl Wilson 

Mrs. Ethel Chandler 

Mrs. Flossie Keeter 

Mrs. Bonnie Cant 

Mrs. Eloise S. Klenbert 

Dallas 

Mr. Will Garrison 

Mr. Frank Jones 

Mrs. Lena Smith 

Mr. Paul Queen, Deacon 

Mrs. Delos Whitt 

Mr. Howard Schrum 



Faith, Gastonia 
Mrs. C. A. Mantooth 

Flint Groves 

Mrs. Delia Putnam 

Mr. Roland Fowler, Minister 

Mr. Vernon Bush 

Mrs. Sara Rhodes 

Mrs. Rosa Black 

Mr. Burrett Rhodes 

Mrs. Nancy S-iith 

Mrs. Docia Warren 

Fraley 

Mr. Ned Peters 

Friendship 

Mrs. Jean Mull 

Mrs. Verle Woods 

Mr. J. Condor Armstrong 

Gaston 

Mr. Jimmy Jenkins 

Mrs. Sue Betty Parker 

Gateway 

Miss Ruth Gr-r>n 



East Belmont 
Mr.C.C.Reid 
Mr. Neal Bass 
Mr. Lloyd Rumfeit 
Mr. J. D. Lingerfelt 
Miss Sadie Long 
Mr. Lawrence Bishop 
Mrs. G. L. Warren 
Mrs. Addie Cash 

East Gastonia 
Mrs. Robert E. Dover 
Mr. Foster F. Melton 
Mr. W. T. Minges, Sr. 
Miss Leslie Gail Edison 
Mrs. T. M. Gault, Sr. 
Mr. James E. Gragg 

Faith, Belmont 
Mrs. Ola Ferguson 



Faith, Bessemer City 
Mrs. Lillie Boone 



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Grace 

Mrs. Gussie Owensby 

Gastonia. First 
Mrs. Jacob Alexander 
Mrs. J.C. Arthurs 
Mrs. Fleeta Baird 
Mrs. Lewis Bell, Sr. 
Mrs. Allister Blocker 
Mrs. Lois Bookout 
Mrs. Harry Camp 
Miss Rose Futrell 
Mr. Hosea Garrett 
Mrs. George Grice 
Mr. Charles W.Long 
Mr. John C. Martin 
Mrs. H. 0. Miller 
Mrs. R. C. Miller 
Mr. F. D. Morris 
Mr. W. L. Morris, Jr. 
Mrs. Esther Ray 
Mr. Arthur Sanford 
Miss Ethel Marie Smith 
Mrs. V. F. Summers 
Mrs. Paul White 



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Hardin 

Mr. Lawrence McAlister, Deacon 

Mr. Willie Rayfield 

Mr. Dave Propst 

Mrs. Hazeline Costner 

Hickory Grove 
Mrs. Annie Hovis 
Mr. Rodney Chaney 

High Shoals First 
Mr. Eugene Ballard 
Mrs. Edith Beam 

Lakeview 

Mrs. Beulah Whitesides 

Long Creek Memorial 
Mrs. Mallie Eades 
Mrs. Polly Heafner 
Mr. Johnny Deese 

Loray 

Mr. Alfred Payne 
Mr. Lewis Greene 
Mr. Jay R. Hollifield 
Mr. Curtis A. Smith 
Mr. James V. Lewis 
Mr. Robert Henson 
Mrs. W. L. Smith 
Miss Gladys Childers 
Mrs. S. L. Owens 
Mrs. J. C. Falls 



McAdenville 
Mr. Danny Rankin 
Mr. Lonnie Price 
Mr. Guy Brittain 

Mt. Beulah 

Mrs. Auddie Hallman 

Mr. Donald Walker 

Mt. Holly, First 
Mr. Archie Beaver 
Mr. Arthur Bostic 
Miss Gaynelle Carter 
Mr. Harold Friday 
Mr. Clifton Herring 
Rev. J. T. McElveen 
Mr. M. L. McClure 
Mr. Clarence Morgan 

Mt. Holly, Second . 
Mrs. Georgia Andrews 

Mount Zion 
Mrs. J. J. Mclntyre 
Mr. Narve Allen 
Miss Brite Morrison 
Mrs. Bryan Beam, Sr. 
Mrs. Polly Black King 

Mountainview 
Mrs, Virginia Crossley, 
Sunday School Teacher 



Love Memorial 
Mr. Otis Segars 
Mrs. Fern Grigg 
Mr. Mack Bradley 
Mrs. A. G. Sellers 

Lowell, First 
Mr. L. C. Dellinger 
Mr. W. E. Peeler 
Mrs. Lottie Auten 
Mrs. R. B. Groves 
Mrs. Nora McMahan 
Mrs. W. E. Faulkenberry 
Mr. Foster Palmer 
Mrs. Lettie Alexander 
Mrs. Vivian Zeigler 
Mr. Auther Poteat 



New Hope 
Mrs. J. B. Emory 
Mr. Walter Savage 



New Life 

Mrs. Lora Shiver 

Mr. Cecil Land 



North side 

Mrs. Bertie Cutshaw 

Mrs. Stella Walker 

Oakgrove 

Mrs. Victory Hastins 



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Parkwood 

Wade H. Saunders 

Mrs. James N. Long, Jr. 

Mrs. Woodrow Long 

Mrs. Bess Moss 

Mr. Herbert W. Estes 

Mr. William Blackmon 

Ralph H. Crisp, Deacon 

Providence 
Mrs. Jewell Moody 
Mrs. Bessie Towery 
Mr. Arthur Wood 



Pianist 



South Marietta Street 
Miss Katie Barnes 
Mr. George N. Killian 
Mr. Clyde C. McCraw 
Mr. W. T. Martin 
Mr. Otis K. Parker 
Mr. Homer R. Price 
Miss Pamela Blair Rhyne 
Mrs. Mary L. Spencer 

Southside 

Mr. George Case 

Mr. Richard Roseberry 



Ranlo 

Mr. David Hicks, Deacon 
Mr. Clyde Bumgarner 
Mrs. Margaret Layel 
Mrs. Hettie Caldwell 
Mrs. Minnie McCarter 

Ridge 

Mrs. Ola Freeman 

Ridgeview 

Mrs. John Alexander 

Riverside 

Mr. Elmore Parton, Deacon 

Mrs. Girlie Ellis 

Robinwood 

Mrs. Janice Hardin 

Miss Becky Hardin 

Salem 

Mr. James Costner 

Mr. Clarence Ledford 

Sandy Plains 
Mrs. Annie Mae Goble 
Mr. W. E. Peeler 
Mrs. Mary Ledford 
Mrs. Agnes Lewis 
Mrs. Mary Denton 
Mr. Ferry Pryor Massey 
Mrs. Emma Auten 

Seventh Avenue 

Mr. J. L. Clemmer, Sr. 

Shady Grove 
Mrs. Lee Sellers 
Mr. Fred Beattie 
Mr. Boyd Hamm 



Stanley, First 

Mrs. Lillie Caldwell 

Mrs. Claudia Whitley 

Mr. Lawrence Smith 

Mr. Malvin Armstrong, Deacon 

Mr. Paul Cooper, Deacon 

Stowe Memorial 
Fred Penley 
Walter Crawford 

Sunnyside 
Mrs. Laura Wise 

Sunset Forest 
Mrs. Pearl W. Heffner 
Mr. William C. Lackey 
Mrs. Bobbie Lee Beard 

Temple 

Mrs. J. M. York 
Mrs. Bill Payne 
Mrs. Daisy Prince 
Mr. Roy Coxey, Sr. 
Mrs. Grace Brooks 

Tuckaseege 
Mr. W. C. Jordan 

Unity, Belmont 
Mrs. Delia Mullins 
Mrs. Bessie Wilkinson 
Mr. John Crosby 
Mr. Everette Cloon 
Mr. Edd Meeks 

Unity, Gastonia 
Mr. Marshall Hawkins 
Mrs. L. L. Willis 
Mrs. Girlie Carpenter 



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Victory West Cramerton 

Mr. CarrollJimison Mr. Joel McCurley 

Mr. Edwin Carpenter Mr. Charles Bagwell 

Mr. Floyd Reynolds Mr. Oscar Jenkins 

Mr. William Deese 

Mrs. H.D. Davis West Franklin 

Mrs. Maggie Burgess Wall Mr. Charles Lovelace 

Mrs. Rose Weaver Mr. Wilburn Spencer, Deacon 

Mr. Raleigh Shehan 

Mr. Claburn Smith Woodlawn 

Mr. James Shinn 

Webbs Chapel Rev. Richard Peek 

Mr. Joe Reynolds Mr. Sherrill McGraw 

Annual Sermon, Preached by 

Dr. JohnW. Tresch, Jr., Pastor 

First Baptist Church, 

Cherry ville, North Carolina 

i October 21, 1976 



Look at the Cross 



Luke 23:35 



INTRODUCTION 

What do you see when you look at the cross? 

Is it just two pieces of Wood? 

Is it an almost immaculately clean man? 
Is it hatred or love? 

The song writer has told us that "There's life in a look at the Crucified One." Do 
you see life when you look at the cross? 

The Bible admonishes us to "Keep on looking to Jesus, the Author and Finisher of 
our faith." Do you see faith when you look at the cross? 

On that darkest of days, the masses of people, according to the record in Luke's 
Gospel, "Stood by calmly and leisurely watching." They did not comprehend the 
meaning of the event. They are looking at the cross through eyes of idle curiosity. 
Are you among the group? 

The rulers, "Scoffed and sneered and turned up their noses at Him." Are you also 
indifferent to the cross? 

His family and friends watched with grief-stricken hearts. They did not 
understand the meaning of the event. But they were moved by it. 

Today, I want you to journey with me to that time in human history. Let's pick 
up the scene shortly after the arrest of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane. 

I. THE UNRIGHTEOUS TRIALS OF THE RIGHTEOUS ONE. 

Jesus was subjected to six so-called trials. A lawyer, Walter Chandler of the New 
York Bar, earlier in this century, studied the trials of Jesus. During the course of his 
investigation he discovered that there were literally hundreds of Hebrew and Roman 
laws violated during that night. He wrote his findings in a large book and 
summarized his research in one statement, "The trial of Jesus constitutes the worst 
miscarriage of justice in the annals of legal history." 

We must be concerned, however, not just with the miscarriage of justice. Let us 
look at what actually took place during the course of that night. First of all, they beat 
our Lord with rods. The rod has the approximate consistency of the hickory shaft on 
a golf club. And, these were brought down repeatedly upon the back, the head, the 
shoulders, and the arms of Jesus. 

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He was also scourged. The instrument used in scourging was quite similar to the 
cat-of-nine-tails. The strips of leather came off of a handle approximately eighteen 
inches in length. At the tip-end of each thong was a piece of bone or jagged metal. 
The victim was stripped naked and then tied in spread-eagle fashion. As the scourge 
was brought down upon his back it raised whelps. But it did more. It broke the skin. 
But it did more. It would tear the flesh from the bones. But it did even more. More 
than one victim of scourging is recorded to have died as that cruel instrument 
wrapped itself around his body and literally disemboweled him. They did that to our 
Lord. Thirty-nine times it was brought down upon His back. Multiply it. Nine times 
thirty nine. And, you can see then, what they did to Jesus Christ. 

Then they platted "a crown of thorns and placed that upon His head." After all, 
"He was a king," they said. The thorns were not like those you find on our rose 
bushes. These thorns were so long and tough that they could literally be driven into 
a piece of wood as you would drive a nail. The points of the thorns were turned 
inward so that, wheh it was pressed down upon His head, it literally ripped the scalp. 
And then they took the rods and tried to drive them further into His head. And the 
blood flowed streaming down His scalp. His face -matting in His hair -and, if He had a 
beard, matting therein. 

Next they put a "robe of purple" on His lacerated back. The purple dyes 
intermingled with the blood flowing freely from the open wounds from His back, 
further increasing His physical agony. 

Then He was "slapped in the face". He was hit with a clubbed fist and taunted 
with the question-as He had been blindfolded -"Tell us, prophet, who hit you?" 

Thus, you can see that at the end of the night Jesus was a bloody mess. The artist 
who painted an immaculately clean Jesus has never been to the cross. He has never 
read the Gospel accounts. Isaiah, looking through the long telescope of faith, 
described Him well when he said that He was so horribly mangled that He didn't 
even look like a human being. They did that to our Lord. 

II. HATRED WAS EXPRESSED AGAINST HIM. 

He left Pilate's Judgement Hall and was forced to walk along "Via Dolorosa." He, 
like all slaves and criminals, carried His own cross. 

Along the way, the mob threw stones at Him. 
Some spit between His eyes. 
Others pulled His hair. 

He was clubbed with fists. 

In time, He stumbled because of the weight of the cross, the heavy loss of blood, 
and fatigue. 

HI. THE RULER OF THE UNIVERSE WAS MADE TO BE A CRIMINAL. 

When they got to the place called Golgotha they laid down the cross on the 
ground and He stretched out His arms upon it. And they drove spikes through His 
wrists, and through His ankles; thus nailing Him to the cross. The hips of the victim 
were dislocated prior to nailing or tying the feet to the cross. Then the cross was 
raised and allowed to drop with a thud, into the open hole in the ground. And there 
He hung-suspended between heaven and earth. 9 

Crucifixion was the most horrible form of execution ever devised by the evil mind 
of man. So horrible, in fact^, that Roman law expressly forbade any Roman citizen 
from being crucified. Moreover, no Roman citizen could even be threatened with 
crucifixion. 

Have you ever wondered how crucifixion worked on a man? Let me describe it 
for you just briefly. There was, first of all, the drain of fluids from the body. It was 
this that produced the intense thirst. Add to that, the already heavy loss of blood 
because of the events of the night before and you can begin to get something of the 
picture of the physical suffering of Jesus on the cross. 

Then, there was an upward pressure on the diaphram. This was caused by the 
grotesque way in which the body was suspended on the cross. Breathing was almost 

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impossible. In fact, the only way the victim could breathe would be to push up with 
his feet and pull up with his arms and suck in large amounts of air, and then hope to 
continue. So it was that most victims in crucifixion died of suffocation. 

Then, there was the force of gravity on the vital organs of the body. As you know, 
the vital organs are held in suspension by a very thin membrane. During the agony 
of crucifixion, gravity caused these organs to "pop" through that membrane one at a 
time and thus, be strangled with excruciating pain. 

In the case of Jesus, His stomach dialated until it filled the larger portion of His 
chest cavity. Then, the heart literally ruptured. Any they did that to our Lord. 
Look at the cross and see it! 

IV. HE SPOKE ABOUT, TO, AND FOR MANKIND. 

While He was on the cross Jesus spoke seven times. His physical agony was 
great. It was difficult to speak. And, therefore, we need to consider carefully every 
word that fell from His mouth. 

First, He looked at His crucifiers. He looked at the Jewish leaders. He looked at 
the mob. He looked at you and me down through the centuries. Then He prayed 
again and again, "Father, forgive them, they know not what they do." The English 
leaves the impression that He prayed only one time. But in the original Greek we 
learn that He prayed this prayer again-and-again-and-again. Always He was 
thinking of others, and the burden of singuilt that you and I have to carry. Oh, the 
greatness of His love. 

In the midst of it all a thief hanging by His side asked very simply to be 
remembered when Jesus came into His kingdom. And Jesus took time to declare to 
that thief, "Today, you will be with me in paradise. Today, I'm going to carry you 
through the gates of heaven, personally." 

He continued to be concerned for others. And, so as He looked down at the crowd 
standing at the foot of the cross. His eyes found those of His mother, Mary. And He 
said to her -out of concern--"Woman, behold your Son". And turning to John He said, 
"Here is your Mother." 

His physical agony was minor In comparison to His spiritual agony. For the first 
time fellowship with His Father was broken. This was true because He was "made to 
be sin for us." The eyes of God are too holy to look upon sin. Consequently, Jesus had 
to endure three hours of total darkness as the eyes of His Father turned and looked 
away from Him. The earth trembled and quaked, and shook, and the heavens rolled 
under the judgement of sin. Then there was silence. And at the very depth of that 
dark, deep silence there came the cry that rent the heavens and tore open the earth 
when Jesus said "My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?" 

After the calm returned and the earth ceased to quake, Jesus said with a loud 
voice, "It is finished." 

At long last He took thought of His own need-for the first time; and He said very 
simply, "I'm thirsty." 

Finally, having accomplished all that He had set out to do -His head still high -He 
was still in charge-He declared, "Father, I return My spirit." 

V. THE ANSWER TO YOUR NEED IS FOUND IN THE CROSS. 

1. Those who would insist on "my rights" and "my vindication" need to look at 
the Cross! 

2. Those who are soured on life and have three sneers for everything and three 
cheers for nothing-look at the Cross! 

3. Those who feel life has dealt you a rough hand-look to the Cross! 

4. Those who question God's interest in you-look to the Cross! 

5. Those who treat sin lightly-look to the Cross! 

There stands between my God and me . . 

The Cross of Calvary ; 

My sin so black. His love so pure. 

He died there just for me. 

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Ne'er did such love I hope to find; 
My eyes with sin were blind > 

Unto God's grace so great and free, -' 

His mercy so sublime. 

Into my heart He came to dwell, , 

And set me free from Hell; 

A heart of stone no longer mine, . ' "V 

His blood caused it to melt. 

One day in His presence I will be. 

And all His glory see; 

I'll praise His name eternally ' '. 

For saving one like Me. 

by John W. Tresch, Jr. 

CONCLUSION 

Whatever your need-look to the cross! - 

Look to the cross where love cancels hate-- - ** 

Where righteousness replaces crookedness. 
Where peace banishes war. 
Where joy removes despair. 

This summer I had the privilege of spending three weeks in study in Oxford, 
England. I had the joy of getting acquainted with Baptist life and heritage there. I 
was in Oxford where John Wycliffe lived and was subsequently executed for the 
crime of translating the Bible into the language of the common people. 

I became deeply convinced that we must look again at the Cross. There we will 
find our roots for renewal. There we will find the courage to stand on our 
convictions. 

We do well to recall the price paid by our spiritual forefathers who got a good look 
at the Cross. 

As I stood on the very spot where three men were burned to death at the stake 
because they refused to compromise their faith with the state church, I was caused to 
ask myself, "Do my convictions grip my life that strongly?" And I looked again at the 
Cross. 

As I traveled through the region of England where William Carey was born and 
raised; as I saw his humble beginnings; as I was able to trace out his spiritual 
pilgrimage; as I viewed the site where Carey launched the modern mission 
movement, I was moved to ask myself, "Do I have a burden for the world that is 
without Christ?" And I looked again at the Cross. 

As I stood in the place where Andrew Fuller pledged to hold the ropes as Carey 
descended into the mines of missions, I was caused to ask, "Am I as faithful as I 
should be to the cause of world missions?" And I looked again at the Cross. 

As I looked upon the cottage where lived John Warr who led William Carey to 
faith in Jesus Christ, I asked my soul, "Is there another Carey to whom I should bear 
witness?" And I looked again at the Cross, 

As I stood and looked upon the grave of Baptist preacher, John Bunyan, I recalled 
the twelve years he languished in Bedford jail for preaching the gospel. I recalled 
that, while there, he wrote Pilgrim's Progress. Yet, when he died, he, along with 
thousands of other persons, was not permitted burial in a church cemetery because 
he believed in and practised believer's baptism. Instead, he was buried in a place 
called "Bone Hill". And I asked myself, "Is my faith such that I would pay such a 
price?" And I looked again at the Cross. 

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I looked upon shackles that had been removed from the slaves in Jamaica because 
of the presistent efforts of William Knibb, and I asked, "Am I that concerned for 
social justice?" And I looked again at the Cross. 

I stood in massive cathedrals where traditions have been maintained-but the 
spirituality of life has been extinguished. The people will have no future in Heaven 
because they remain anchored to the past. And I bowed my head to pray, "God, tear 
us loose from all that moors us to the past. Take away from us that idol called 
'Tradition'-lest we, too, die." 

Now I call upon each of you to look at the Cross! And when you return to your 
churches, lead them to look at the Cross! 

That is our only hope! 



CHURCH DIRECTORY 

of 
Officers not Included in Tables 

Missions 

East Chapel Rev. Barry Chambers Mount Holly, First 

Long Creek Rev. Harold Fite Long Creek Memorial 

Churches under Watchcare 

Christ Community Rev. William Thompson 

Little Mountain Road Rev. Bruce Treece 

Retired Ordained Ministers 

Alexander Memorial Rev. C. C. Roberts, Mt. Holly 

Belmont First Rev. Walter N. Long, Belmont 

Bessemer City Second Rev. R. C. Franks, Bessemer City 

Chapel Grove Rev. William Lanier, Gastonia 

Dallas Rev. Hubert Huggins, Dallas 

Friendship Rev. A. P. Millen, Belmont 

Lowell First Rev. G. 0. Wilkerson, Lowell 

Mt. Holly First Dr. E. L. Spivey, Mt. Holly 

Temple Rev. S. Guy Walker, Rev. Oscar Bolch, Gastonia 

Tuckaseege Rev. Guthrie Colvard, Mt. Holly 

Ordained Ministers, Not Serving as Pastors 

x^lexis Harry Hand, Stanley 

Berea Ronald Johnson, Hickory 

Bessemer City, First William P. Bumgardner, Bessemer City 

Bingham Curtis England, Bessemer City 

James Jordan, Bessemer City 

Catawba Heights J. H. Mauldin, Belmont 

Cherryville, First Z. W. Settlemeyer, Cherry ville 

Dallas Clyde High, Dallas 

Friendship Lewis Smith, Gaffney, S. C. 

Gastonia, First Dean Jones, Gastonia 

Clarence Eden, Jr., Gastonia 
Don Coleman, Gastonia 

Long Creek Memorial 0. R. Costner, Gastonia 

Lowell First Harold Medlock, Gastonia 

McAdenville David Morris, McAdenville 

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New Hope Yates W. Campbell, Gastonia 

Allen Sinclair, Gastonia 

North Main Robert Deese, Mt. Holly 

Northside John E. Boyd, Gastonia 

Parkwood Hoyle Allred, Gastonia 

James L. Lowery, Gastonia 
James Howard Smith, Gastonia 

Plainview Lloyd Hales, Dallas 

Providence Fred Stroupe, Gastonia 

Ridge Clarence McMahan, Gastonia 

Shady Grove Amos Kiser, Cherryville 

S. Marietta Street Charles C. Penley, Jr., Spindale 

Herbert Bruce Treece, Gastonia 

Springfield Jerry Mobley, Dallas 

Stanley, First S. 0. Brandon, Stanley 

Eli J. Brown, Stanley 

Unity, Belmont David Poteat 

Unity, Gastonia Eddie Jarvis, Hubert, N. C. 

Victory Robert Grigg, Gastonia 

Woodlawn J. T. Stafford, Lowell 

J. N. Grant, Lowell 

Eugene Knight, Lowell 

Fairview Andy Broughton, Bessemer City 

Licensed Ministers 

Bessemer City Second Dennis Badger, Kings Mountain 

Bob Grigg, Bessemer City 
William Kuykendall, Bessemer City 

Bessemer City, First Curtis Camp, Bessemer City 

Bethlehem Raymond Hamrick, Jr., Boiling Springs 

James Monroe, Gastonia 
Fain Farmer, Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Boyce J. Duncan, Gastonia 

Benny Barron, Mt. Holly 

James Stancil, Belmont 

^ Floyd Loftin, Belmont 

Roger Mercer, Mt. Holly 

Cherryville First Norris Beam, Cherryville 

Don Flowers, Jr., Cherryville 

Broderick Chapman, Cherryville 

Joe Knight, Mars Hill, N. C. 

Chestnut Ridge Rochelle Connors, Kings Mountain 

Jerry Gantt, Kings Mountain 

Fairview Dennis Bean, Gastonia 

Hazel Boyd, Gastonia 
Walter Payne, Jr., Newton 

Faith, Bessemer City John Buchanan, Bessemer City 

Fraley Memorial Tony Lee McCombs, Gastonia 

Tommy Bouldin, Gastonia 

Gateway Walter Boyd, Dallas 

High Shoals First Dennis Blankenship, Lincolnton 

J. M. Shelton, Lincolnton 

Lakeview Dan Tallent, McAdenville 

Midway Bob Hatcher, Gastonia 

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Midway A. A. Sipe, Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Tim Phillips, Boiling Springs 

Mt. Beulah Harold Springfield, Bessemer City 

Mt. Zion Jerry Lail, Cherryville 

New Heights Darrell Lineberger, High Shoals 

Northside Johnny Heath, Gastonia 

Ridge Andy Strain, Gastonia 

Ridgeview David Helton, Mt. Holly 

Robinwood Charles Avery Bradley, Gastonia 

Salem Johnny Creasman, Gastonia 

Raymond Franklin, Gastonia 

Jim Nivens, Gastonia 
Jan Mitchell, Gastonia 

Sandy Pains Grover Willis, Gastonia 

Jim Briley, Belmont 

Seventh Avenue Rex Lovin, Gastonia 

Sunset Forest Gary L. Rankin, Mt. Holly 

Trinity Ben Neal, Bessemer City 

Unity, Belmont Dennis Connell, Belmont 

Unity, Gastonia John Phillip Mobley, Greensille, S. C. 

Victory Ronnie Withers, Gastonia 

W. Franklin Avenue Neil DeBoyce Booth, Gastonia 

Kenny Cobb, Raleigh 

Webb's Chapel Fred Heavner, Iron Station 

W. Cramerton W. C. Waters, Lowell 

Cecil Phillips, Gastonia 
Charles Bingham, Gastonia 

Associate Pastors or Educational Directors 

Bessemer City Second Bob Grigg 

Bethany Dickey Hannah 

Bethlehem L. J. Echerd, Gastonia 

Cherryville First Albert Leath, Jr. 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Dennis Connell 

East, Belmont Gerald A. Campbell 

Flint Groves 

Gastonia, First Charles B. Summey 

Loray R. Love Dixon 

Mt. Holly, First Harry McCall 

Parkwood '. . . . Richard E. Hicks 

Ridge Charles Clark 

S. Marietta Street William W. Johnston 

Stanley, First James F. Adams 

Sunset Forest Gary L. Rankin 

Unity, Gastonia Herman Motsinger 

Youth Directors 

Belmont, First Alex F. Heganbart 

Bessemer City, Second Allen L. Huggins 

Bessemer City, First William S. Caudle, Jr. 

Chapel Grove Terry A. Usery 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Dennis Connell 

Dallas Ronald Turner 

East, Gastonia Sam Lowry 

Flint Groves 

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Gastonia, First Calvin Bellinger 

Loray Don C. Benfield 

Mt. Beulah Mrs. Judy Cook 

Mt. Holly, Scond Lonnie Hoyle 

Mt. Zion Martha R. Shelton 

Ridge Charles Clark 

Stanley, First Michael Long 

Taylor Memorial Miss Fonda Lester 

Victory Danny Elmore 

W. Franklin Avenue Harry Poteat 

W. Cramerton Cecil Phillips 

Woodlawn Jerry Watts 

Secretaries 

Alexis Kay B. Sisk 

Anthony Grove Daphine Newton 

Belmont, First Shirley Bowen 

Berea Darlene Caldwell 

Bessemer City, First Katherine Guiton 

Bethany , Janet Michaels 

Bethel Debbie Parker 

Bethlehem Ann Hubbard 

Bingham Mozelle Badger 

Calvary Nancy Deaton 

Catawba Heights Pansy Huffstetler 

Cedar Grove Margaret James 

Centerview Louise Perkins 

Chapel Grove . Marcella Wiggins 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Jack Henley, Jr. 

Chestnut Ridge Lillian Nolan 

Christ Community Leola Floyd 

Community Debbie Freeman 

Cramerton First Mrs. Bobbie Roberts 

Dallas Mrs. James Schrum 

East Belmont Mrs. G, A. Campbell 

East Gastonia Juanita Alexander 

Fairview Donna Long 

Faith, Gastonia Mr. Sammy Bunton 

Flint Groves Mildred Noblett 

Fraley Memorial Ida Harbin 

Friendship Kathy Millen 

Gamble Hill Phyllis Carroll 

Gaston Jane Phillips 

Gastonia, First Faye B. Armour 

Grace Jewell Norwood 

Hardin Kathy Hensley 

Hickory Grove Diane Brock 

High Shoals, First Joyce W. Hovis 

Holland Memorial Audrey Ballard 

Long Creek Memorial Peggy H. McCraw 

Loray Ruby W. Carpenter 

Love Memorial Betty Baumgarner 

Lowell, First Shirley Atchley 

McAdenville Mrs. Steve Rankin 



Midway Shelby Buchanan 

Mt. Beulah Peggy Yandle 

Mt. Holly First Mr. J. K. Carpenter 

Mt. Holly, Second Mrs. Steve Holes 

Mt. Zion Joyce B. Dellinger 

Mountainview Walter L. Crosslev 

New Heights Frances L. Paris 

New Hope Mrs. W.W. Stowe 

New Life Charles Rhyne 

Northside Clenda Sue Pryor 

Oak Grove Mrs. Ray Antony 

Parkwood Euwilda Mann 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton 

Ridge Linda Dockery 

Ridgeview Diane Helton 

Robinwood Charles Muse 

Sandy Plains Joan Hoffman 

Seventh Avenue Gretchel Clemmer 

Shady Grove Cathy Wright 

S. Marietta Street Lucille H. Anthony 

South Point Susan Cloninger 

Southside Frances Passmore 

Springfield Mrs. Raymond Griffin 

Stanley, First Mrs. Frank McClure 

Stowe Memorial Jimmy Huffman 

Taylor Memorial Virginia Wilson 

Temple Mrs. Earl Walters 

Tuckaseege Mrs. R. Mack Pressley 

Unity, Gastonia Veda S. Rhyne 

Victory Beth Russell 

W. Franklin Avenue Louise Varnadore 

Webb's Chapel Bud Dellinger 

W. Cramerton Nancy Phillips 

Woodlawn Jane M. Saunders 

Recreational Directors 

Alexis Bob Miller 

Belmont, First Charles Hudson 

Bessemer City, Second Jerry Millwood 

Cedar Grove Aubrey Epperson 

Chapel Grove Terry A. Usery 

East Belmont Gerald A. Campbell 

Gastonia, First Calvin Dellinger 

Macedonia Cha;'les Smith 

Midway Tony Ralls 

Mt. Holly, First Harold Helton 

Mt. Holly, Second Oscar Mathis 

Rankin Lake John Harper 

South Point Kenneth Williams 

Springfield Rachel Hayes 

Sunset Forest Laura Slaughter 

Victory Rena Price 



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, Organists [or pianist if no organist] 

Alexander Memorial Sheila Kerley 

Alexis Mrs. Alfred Hager 

Anthony Grove Carolyn Bumgarner 

Belmont, First Nelson Hayes 

Berea Mrs. Perry Smith 

Bessemer City, Second Danny Harrell 

Bethany Frances Pearson 

Bethel Jean Drennan 

Bethlehem Trudy McGinnis 

Browntown Butch Cline 

Calvary Mrs. C. A. Sahms, Jr. 

Catawba Heights Mrs. Terry Collins 

Cedar Grove Greg Mangum 

Centerview Nancy Marze 

Chapel Grove Jean Nesnow 

Cherry ville, First Mrs. Ronald Willis 

Cherry ville. Second Carolyn Rayfield 

Chestnut Ridge Patti McLeymore 

Christ Community Eliese Robinson 

Community Doris Pace 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Earl Loftis 

Dallas Ted Huggins 

East Belmont Mrs. W. E. Jones 

East Gastonia Mrs. Don Caldwell 

Fairview Donna Long 

Faith, Belmont Marietta McCarn 

Faith, Bessemer City Brenda Grindstaff 

Faith, Gastonia ' Edith Byrd 

Flint Groves Gene Russell 

Fraley Memorial Treva Edmondson 

Friendship Marjorie Finger 

Gamble Hill Onetia Hopper 

Gaston Brenda Long 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Fred Ratchford 

Gateway Nancy Worrells 

Grace Suzanne Barber 

Harden Kathy Hensley 

Hickory Grove Kathy Craig 

High Shoals, First Joyce W. Hovis 

Holland Memorial Edith Millwood 

Lakeview Cora Lee Jenkins 

Long Creek Memorial Chrystal Thornburg 

Loray Mary Johnson 

Love Memorial Mrs. Carol Owens 

Lowell First Mrs. J. K. Carpenter 

Macedonia Jo Ann Raxtet 

McAdenville Mrs. C. E. Pressley 

Midway Sandra Harmon 

Mt. Beulah Brenda Emory 

Mt. Holly, First Kay Wiggs 

Mt. Holly, Second Vernon Thomas 

Mt. Zion Donna Lavery 

New Heights Jeanette Godfrey 

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New Hope Mrs. James Hovis 

New Life Jane Hartman 

North Main Francis Bridg^es 

Northside Clenda Sue Pryor 

Oak Grove Uail i^'ord 

Parkwood Mrs. Gordon Bane 

Providence Blenda Gault 

Rankin Lake Frances Carrigan 

Ranlo Paula Saunders 

Ridge Alice Moss 

Ridgeview Mrs. Dan Altizer 

Riverside Becky Hice 

Robinwood Terry Bradley 

Rosewood Lane Joan Jones 

Sandy Plains . Joan Hoffman 

Seventh Avenue Dorothy Green 

Shady Grove Brenda Davis 

S. Marietta Street Mrs. Jerry Cloninger 

South Point Libby Byrum 

Southside Helen Parker 

Springfield Louise Broome 

Stanley, First Mrs. Joe Bumgarner 

Stowe Memorial Betty Huffman 

Sunnyside Linda Scates 

Sunset Forest Kay Toomey 

Taylor Memorial Virginia Wilson 

Temple Mrs. Earl Walters 

Trinity Linda Willis 

Tuckaseege Mrs. Steve McCotter 

Unity Belmont Mrs. Frances Whitesides 

Unity Gastonia Mrs. Vonne Hall 

Victory Joy Boling 

W. Franklin Avenue Margaret Pardue 

Webb's Chapel Mildred Mauney 

W. Cramerton Loyce Dillard 

Woodlawn Virginia Fulbright 

Directors of Library Services 

Belmont, First Mrs. L.B. Bass, Sr. 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. T. A. Lynn, Sr. 

Centerview Miss Margaret Dellinger 

Cherryville, First Mrs, L. T. Anderson 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Cindy Milling 

Cramerton, First Mrs. B. B. Moss 

East Belmont Mrs. G. A. Campbell 

East Gastonia Mr. Robert Hoffman 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Julius Sanders 

Gateway Alice Edwards 

Grace Mrs. Manolia Bowden 

High Shoals, First Miss Phyllis Rice 

Lakeview Mrs. Willie M. Brittain 

Mt. Holly, First Mrs. Perry Roberts 

Mt. Zion Brenda Poplin 

New Life Regina Fisher 

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Ranlo Mrs. Johnnie Morton 

Sandy Plains Glenna McGinnis 

Seventh Avenue Mrs. Martha Groves 

Shady Grove Mrs. Ken Grain 

Sunset Forest Mr. Ray Bowen 

Tuckaseege Mrs. G. L. Nichols 

Unity, Gastonia Mr. Ardist Mabry 

Victory Mrs. Pat Hartman 

West Cramerton Miss Sandy Overcash 

Woodlawn Mrs. Ruby Usery 



BICENTENNIAL SERMON 

Preached by William A. Wallace, Pastor 

Flint Groves Baptist Church 

October 22, 1976 



The Death of a Nation 



Psalm 33:12; 20-22 



INTRODUCTION: 

Listen as your country speaks to you. "I am the United States of America. My 
birth certificate is dated July 4, 1776. I was conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the 
proposition that all men are created equal in the sight of God. I am the Declaration of 
Independence and the Constitution. 

I am freedom for all men. The blood of the world runs in my veins. I am over two 
hundred million living people, and the voice of other millions who have courageously 
died for the freedom for which I stand and which I still make possible. 

I am a fabulous country of manv things and many people. I am the orange groves 
of Florida, the wheat fields of Kansas, the coal mines of Pennsylvania, the oil fields of 
Texas, the dairylands of Minnesota, the rolling hills and fertile fields of Arkansas. 

I am Coney Island, Atlantic City, Wall Street, Hollywood and Disneyland. 1 am 
the Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. I am the badlands of 
Dakota, the bluegrass of Kentucky and the redwoods of California. I am Niagara 
Falls, the Grand Canyon and the Golden Gate Bridge. 

I am sleepy rustic villages and surging roaring cities, verdant valleys and fruitful 
plains, magnificent mountains and dry dusty deserts. 

I am three million square miles, five million farms, ten million small businesses. 

I am two hundred thousand schools and colleges, and three hundred thousand 
churches. 

I am a letter to a senator, a ballot in an election, the roar of a crowd in a stadium, 
the whimper of a baby in a crib. 

I am Billy Graham in Madison Square Garden, a minister in a small country 
church, the voice of a choir in a cathedral, and the great Salt Lake City organ. 

I am Paul Revere's "The British are coming!" I am Patrick Henry's "Give me 
liberty or give me death!" I am William Jennings Bryan's "You shall not crucify 
mankind on a cross of gold!" 

I am Franklin Roosevelt's "We have nothing to fear but fear itself!" I am John 
Kennedy's "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your 
country!" 

I am W^ ihington in prayer at Vallev Foree. Lincoln in sorrow at Gettysburg, Lee 
in defeat at Appomattox, George Custer in death at the Little Big Horn, and Douglas 
McArthur in returning glory at Manila. 

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I am Bunker Hill and the Alamo, the Monitor and the Merrimac, the Jeep and the 
Sherman tank, the Red Cross and the USO. 

I am Betsy Ross and her needle. Babe Ruth and his bat. Will Rogers and his 
humor, Kate Smith and her stirring songs. 

I am the Defender of Freedom. In answer to its call, I have left my heroic dead in 
Flanders Field and Anzio Beach at Pearl Harbor and Corregidor, on Guadalcanal 
and Okinawa, in Korea and Vietnam. 

I am the citadel of freedom, and freedom is my breath and my blood. Without it, I 
would die! May I always possess the integrity, courage and strength to keep myself 
unshackled, and to remain a beacon of hope to all men everywhere! 

I am the American flag. . . .thirteen strips to remind all of my humble beginning, 
and fifty white stars on a field of blue, speaking eloquently of individual liberty and 
national sovereignty, as captured in those immortal words of Lincoln, "The 
Union .... at any price!" If you have ever known the sensation of seeing me unfurled 
over a stronghold of evil, stormed in the cause of right, or waving proudly in the 
breeze in a foreign land to the exciting sound of "Retreat" of "Taps", then you know 
why men are willing to follow me and to die for the preservation of the American 
Dream of a free government of the people, by the people, and for the people." 

Now, that's our country speaking to us! This year we are celebrating her 200th 
birthday. No one here celebrated her 100th birthday; no one here will celebrate her 
300th birthday. This then, is a once in a life-time experience-THE 200th 
BIRTHDAY OF AMERICA -our country -MY COUNTRY. 

I love America! You do too! Some of our finest sons have demonstrated that love 
by spilling their blood and even giving their lives to safeguard our freedom. 

For 200 years our nation has been a source of freedom's light for the entire world. 
Other nations have longed for just a little of what America has had in 
abundance-personal liberty; individual freedom. 

But gradually and almost unnoticed sickness has crept in. This sickness has 
worsened until it threatens to destroy us. In 1787, Gibbons have five reasons fpr the 
fall of the Roman Empire-(l) Increased Divorce, (2) Higher Taxes, (3) The Craze for 
Pleasure, (4) Inside Decay, and (5) The Decline of Religion. These are the symptoms 
of the same sickness that grips Anierica today. It doesn't take a genius to see that 
"the land of the free and the home of the brave" has become "the land of the Spree 
and the home of the Slave." Look with me for a moment. 

I. Increased Divorce 

A. Last year in this country we set a new divorce record-a record of One Million 
Divorces. 

1. 20% of all marriages in a year are between divorced persons. 
40% succeed; 

60% fail. 

2. Divorce has reached epidemic proportions. 

a. This is true even in church families. 

b. In some sections of our nation more divorces are granted than 
marriage licenses. 

B. The home is the basic building block of our nation and national life. 

1. A revival that touches the home will touch the whole of our nation's life. 

2. Our need is not for farcical formulas or pious platitudes. 

3. What we need is to follow God's divine order for the home. 

a. It is outlined in the Bible-one man for one woman for life. 

b. Individual homes must return to God's family lifestyles. 

c. This means more than bringing your home to a maximum state of hap- 
piness-it means creating an atmosphere through which God can move 
into your home and through your home into the neighborhood and 
world. 

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C. Of all human relationships none are more vital and enduring than those of 
home and family. 

1. Wm. Lyon Phelps once said, "The greatest of all arts is the art of living to- 
gether." 

2, The nearest spot to Heaven in these hellish days will continue to be "one 
home under God." 

II. Higher Taxes 

A. One of the chief powers of government is the power to tax. 
From this power springs the ability to . . . 

. . . establish justice 

. . . insure domestic tranquility 

. . . provide for the common defense 
. . . promote the general welfare 
. . . secure the blessings of liberty. 

B. There are several kinds of taxes--(Income taxes, property taxes, corporation 
and other business taxes, excise and sales taxes, licenses and privilege taxes) 

1. The burden of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT is borne by general Property 
taxes. 

2. The STATE GOVERNMENT derives most of its resources from sales 
taxes. 

3. The FEDERAL GOVERNMENT relys most heavily on income taxes. 

C. The power to tax CAN BE the power to destroy. 

1. Someone has said that a democracy can survive only until the citizens 
realize that they can grant themselves gifts. 

2. I fear that we are rapidly becoming a welfare nation, 

a. We have free bread and all kinds of other give-away programs, 
b. The Food Stamp Program, although a benefit to some, is grossly 
abused by many. 
- c. Our Welfare System or Social Services Organization often rewards 

laziness and lack of integrity and ambition. 

d. Government officials can take trips and vacations, almost at random, 
at the taxpayer's expense. 

e. Think of the cost to the taxpayer associated with the WATERGATE 
catastrophy. 

f. Recently we have heard much about the SEX SCANDLES of Capitol 
Hill. 

(1) I'm sure that it is really nothing new. 

(2) It does disturb me to know that a Government Official uses my tax 
dollar to pay a $14,000.00 annual salary to a "secretary" who can't 
even type. 

D. Our national debt is almost 600 billion dollars. 

1. If we were to give away $100,000 per day, it would take more than 16,438 
years to give that much away. 

2. Taxes continue but the national debt remains. 

3. We can't even pay the interest on it, to say nothing about the principle. 

4. It bothers me, that under our present tax structure, often those least able 
to pay are the ones who suffer the most. 

III. The Craze for Pleasure 
A. Liquor 

1. We have more than 6-million alcoholics in the USA and another 3-million 
problem drinkers, 

2. Brain damage from alcohol accounts for 20-30% of all State Mental 
Institution patients. 

3. Studies indicate that one-half the nation's high school students drink at 
least once a month. 

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4. 6 of every 10 youngsters admit having been intoxicated. 

5. 5% of High School students are believed to get drunk once a week. 

6. In Los Angeles, California, there are 25 chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous 
for TEENAGERS. 

7. Even some 5th graders are found to have trouble with alcohol. 

8. Someone has said that our country has three parties--(l) the Republican 
Party, (2) The Democratic Party, and (3) the Cocktail Party. 

9. There is nothing smart or cute about doing something that will destroy 
you, ruin your marriage and wreck your career. 

10. The only Safe relationship to alcohol is TOTAL ABSTINENCE. 

B. Drugs 

1. A conservative estimate states that at least 8-million Americans have 
tried marijuana-(some say probably 12-million; oth(M\s push the estimate 

UD to20-million). 

2. There was a time when we could generalize in America 
...drug use confined to the lower socio-economic class 

. . . confined to the metropolitan areas. 
. . . Heroin was the most abused drug. 

3. The use of drugs has moved into all realms of society and into all sections 
of the country. 

4. Money-maddened maniacs sell human dignity and human life for the 
almighty dollar. 

a. Speed (Methamphetamine)-it cost about $30 to produce a pound; it 
retails at about $700 per ounce-some dealers make up to $1,000 per 
day. 

b. Heroin addicts steal ov^r 1 lullion dollars wort!'; of goods each year to 
support their habits -many have $100-a-day-habits; others even more. 

C. Promiscuous Sex 

1. 6 out of 10 teenage mothers are unmarried or married after pregnancy. 

2. This year 70% of all brides have been non-virgins. 

3. 22% of all brides were pregnant at the time 'of their weddings. 

4. According to PLANNED PARENTHOOD, every third pregnancy in the 
United States involves a teenager. 

5. Nine, ten, and eleven year old girls regularly ask for birth control devices. 

6. One clinic reports of seeing pret^nancios among girls eleven and twiMve 
years of age, 

7. America is drifting on a sea of sexual permissiveness. 

8. The English novelist, John Osborne, calls America "a sexual nuthouse". 

9. Another English writer. Dr. Eric Dingwaals, says: "The United States is 
almost, if not quite, the most sex-obsessed country in the world." 

10. A Radcliff College senior said: "Stealing food from the dorm refrigerator 
would be more condemned around here that fornicating on the living room 
couch." 

11. SMUT PURVEYORS flaunt raw flesh before the eyes of our youth and 
din it into their ears. 

... I heard about a new record called "EAR-GASMS". MAY GOD HELP 
US! 
IV. Inside Decay 

A. Let me share an illustration of our internal decay. 

ILLUSTRATION: 

Suppose you have an eighth grader. She really loves and admires her Home 
Economics teacher. In fact, your daughter would like to be exactly like her teacher. 
Ordinarily this would be a quality that would excite most any parent. 

Is the name Carol Holcomb familiar to you? She is an eighth grade Home 
Economics teacher. She Hves in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and has been teaching for 

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some six years. So far, so good! Miss Hoicomb is 30 years of age, divorced, and has a 
five year-old son. In 1975, Miss Hoicomb earned a new title -she was runner-up in the 
Miss Nude World contest. She had been a nudist for several months prior to winning 
the Miss Nude Florida title. 

Do you wonder what the School Board's reaction was to Carol's new exposure? 
"The School Board hasn't given me any trouble at all and everyone else has been 
great says Miss Holcomh. "1 was told that 1 m a teacher from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
and everything that happens after is my business." 

What about her school principal? "Miss Hoicomb is a real lady," Warren Smith 
said. "A lesser person couldn't have done it. She's very mature." 

Now here is the real bomb! What about the parents of the children she teaches? 
Her principal, Mr. Smith, said that there had been very few complaints from parents 
about hfer extra curricular activities. 

Well, in the philosophical words of the TV commercial, "We've come a long way, 
baby." But listen, the way we have come has been in the wrong direction. Do we 
need any further illustration of our internal decay? 

B. Just look quickly at some examples of this inside decay. 

1. Our policemen are ridiculed and called "pigs" while cop-killers are hailed 
some kind of folk heros. 

2. We are being told that religion is the opiate of the people but that 
marijuana should be legalized. 

3. We are also told that pornography is the right of a free press, but freedom 
of press does not include being able to read the Bible in the public school. 

4. News commentators and columnists canonize anarchists, revolutionists, 
and criminal rapists but condemn law enforcement if it^ brings such 
criminals to justice 

5. Supreme Court decisions turn criminals loose on society while other 
decisions try to take avv^ay the means of protecting home and family. (R. G. 
Lee: "The Supreme Court is the only asylum I know that is run by the 
inmates." 

6. One cannot take his family to a movie unless he wants to expose them to 
violence, nudity, homosexuality and the glorification of narcotics and 
liquor. 

7. I(i(tt,s, iiK-irclu >. pi-otest dt'monstr.itions, and other mob temper tantrums 
of people intellectually incapable of working within the system. 

8. Modern literature has kinship to what I used to read on the walls of public 
toilets. 

9. Dirty speech and dirty bodies -permissiveness - the decline in personal 
honesty and personal sincerity. 

V. Decline of Religion 

A. Our Pilgrim F\ithers set out to find a land wherein everyman, through 
countless ages, would have the right to worship God in his own way. 

1. They left a land where they were persecuted. 

2. When they landed on Plymouth Rock, they knelt on the shore and 
dedicated this country to God. 

3. In the early colonies, the first public building was a church; the first 
public exercise was the worship of God. 

4. When George Washington was inaugurated as the first President he held 
the Bible in his hands, pressed his lips to it, then turned his face toward 
heaven and said, "I swear, so help me God." 

5. Our coins are inscribed, "IN GOD WE TRUST." 

B. America, however, has forgotten God. 

1. All over the Southern Baptist Convention we are hearing of decreases and 
decline. 

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a. The majority of church members do not attend church services. 

b. Many who do attend are irregular, half-hearted, and casual. 

2. Nehemiah (13:11) asks a pertinent question: "Why is the house of God 
forsaken?. . ." 

a. There was a neglect of Holy things on every hand. 

b. God was forgotten; His day was disregarded; His Holy Word and com- 
mandments were disobeyed. 

3. Let me tell you what I think accounts for our decrease and decline. 

a. The spiritual condition of unregenerate human nature-(Many have 
never really been born again.) 

b. No vital, soul-saving testimony from the pulpit or the pew. 

c. The lives of Christians have not commended the church and the Gospel 
--(You can't build an A-1 world on 4-F material.) 

d. There is a lack of sincerity and zeal in serving the Lord -(Too many are 
lazy, slack, careless and lukewarm) 

e. There is a sinful lack of concern to get outsiders into the church. 

f. The Holy Spirit is hindered from doing His gracious work. 
CONCLUSION: 

I'm not a pessimist, in fact, I'm really quite optimistic. This morning, however, 
I'm trying to be a REALIST, America is sick! She is sick nigh unto death! When one 
gets that sick it is time to consult the doctor. My dear friends, its time for US to 
consult the Great Physician. 

Our world is still a good world. America is still a good country. It is not the 
world; it is not even America; it is people that need changing! Only Jesus can do 
that. Today, I call you to Jesus! 

This nation that was born in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776, must be born again or 
we will all die together in the slush and slop of our own sins. 

REPENT or PERISH 

REVIVAL or RUIN 

CHRIST or CHAOS 

Oh, I beg and I plead with you, come to Jesus! Bring others to Jesus! Let's stay 

the death of this nation. Then, together with God, let's rebuild a Christian America! 



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CONSTITUTION 

Preamble 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the Gaston 
Baptist Association, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order 
to promote fellowship, missions, education. Christian service, the preaching of the 
Gospel, and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and 
the Southern Baptist convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the 
following art cles. 

Article I. Name 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. Membership 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the pastors of all 
member churches, and three messengers from each church for the first one hundred 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger from each church for 
each additional one hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no 
church shall have more than ^n messengers in addition to the pastor. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by the church to the 
annual meeting of the Associal ion. 

Article III. Authority 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere, but 
shall never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the 
churches. 

Article IV. Meetings 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third Sunday in 
October and continue for two days or longer in the judgement of the Program 
Committee, subject to the approval of the Association. The time of the annual 
meeting may be changed, or special meetings may be called by the Executive 
Committee, provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Article V. Officers 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian and three trustees. They shall be 
elected by the Association in its annual meeting and shall serve until their successors 
are elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the Vice-Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 

Article VI. Organizations 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational organizations as 
Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music 
and such other organizations which are in keeping with the purpose of this 
Association, with their full staffs and programs necessary for the promotion of the 
work. The officers of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its 
annual meetings and shall serve until their successors are elected. Vacancies 
occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the Promotional Committee. 

Article VII. Associational Board 

The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the Officers of the 
Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, the Associational Director of 
Church Training, the Associational WMU Director, the Associational Brotherhood 

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Director, the Associational Music Director, the senior pastors of the member 
churches and two members from each member church to be elected by the church. 
The two members from each church shall be duly certified in the annual church 
letter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music and education may attend as 
non-voting members. 

Article VIII. Committees 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Association a 
Committee on Committees, consisting of eight members of whom not less than two 
shall be other than pastors at all times. 

The Association shall have the following standing Committees, along with other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, chairman of 
the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance Committee, the chairman of 
the Missions Committee, the chairman of the Properties Committee, the chairman of 
the Constitution Committee and nine other members of whom not less than three 
shall be other than pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice-Moderator who 
shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive Committee, the Chairman of 
Evangelism Committee, the Chairman of Christian Life and Public Affairs 
committee, and the organizational leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not 
less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolutions Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members of whom 
not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times, 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be composed of three 
members of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

1\. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 

13. The (Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

Article IX. New Churches 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship upon receipt of 
letters of dismissions from other like associations. It may also receive newly 
constituted churches whose Articles of Faith harmonize with the generally accepted 
membership in the Association shall be received under the watchcare for a period of 
time sufficient to prove, through practice and attitude, its place as a cooperating 
Baptist Church. A church, upon organization, may apply for membership through 
the Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the judgement of the Missions 
Committee, such church has met the requirements stated above, the Missions 
Committee may recommend at the next annual meeting that such church be received 
into the full fellowship of the Association. During this period of watchcare such 
churches shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except that 
their members shall not hold office nor vote. 



Article X. Discipline 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, or failing to be 
represented at the annual meeting, or failing to contribute worthily to Associational 
and Denominational missions, for two consecutive years, shall be notified by the 
Executive Committee that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual 
meeting, recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership 
in the Association. 

Article XL Constitutional Changes 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the Association by a 
two-thirds majority of the messengers present on the second day, at a time provided 
by the Program Committee, provided the proposed amendment has been presented 
to the Executive Committee in writing at least thirty days prior to the annual 
meeting, and provided the proposed amendment is read to the Association on the 
first day of the annual meeting. 

Article XII. Quorum 

Messengers from twenty-five percent of the churches enrolled as members of the 
Association shall constitute a quorum. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law I. Parliamentary Rules 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Robert's Rules of Order 
(latest revised edition). 

By-Law 11. Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 

By-Law III. Meetings 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such places as may be 
decided by the Association in regular session. Special meetings or change of places 
that may become necessary shall be decided by the Executive Committee. Each 
session of the Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 

By-Law IV. Duties of Officers 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association according 
to the Constitution and By-laws, and appoint a Committee on Committees. He shall 
be chairman of the Associational Board, member of the Executive Committee, and 
shall be an ex-officio member of all other committees. The Moderator shall assume 
the duties of the Superintendent of Missions as assigned when the Association is not 
served by one by reason of resignation and/or illness. He shall be ineligible to 
succeed himself after the second successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Associational Board and chairman of 
the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
thirty days prior to the annual Associational meeting, keep an accurate record of the 
proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and the distributing of the 
minutes to the member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive 
Committee, keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the 
Association, and serve as Secretary of the Associational Board, For these services 
the clerk may receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the name 
of the Association, disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, its 

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Associational Board or as designated in the budget;render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements at the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly 
Associational Board meeting; audit the Executive Committee when requested by 
that committee; and keep books available and up to date for examination. For 
mutual protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such an amount as the Executive 
Committee shall direct. For these services the Treasurer may receive an 
honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator and the 
Association with respect to all matters involving proper parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the Association and 
its churches, and shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program of the 
Association and have charge of the Associational Library, and shall present a written 
report at each annual meeting of the Association. 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the titles to all property, 
or properties, of the Association, whether real or otherwise, and shall execute such 
transfers of title, or signatures, as may be authorized by the Association or 
Associational Boar(^. 

By-Law V. Duties of Organizational Leaders 

1. The Associational Sunday School Director shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the direction 
of the Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

2. The Associational Church Training Director shall promote and supervise the 
Church Training Program of the Associatfon in cooperation with the Superintendent 
of Missions. 

3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director shall promote and 
supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions and in keeping with the Constitution and 
By-laws of Woman's Missionary Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood Director shall promote and supervise the 
Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of 
missions. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise the Music 
Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions. 

By-Law VL The Associational Board 

The Associational Board shall hold three meetings and others as necessary, and 
present a written report to the Association at its annual meeting. It shall be the duty 
of the Associational Board to act for the Association in the interim between annual 
meetings. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent of the churches 
enrolled as members of the Association shal constitute a quorum." 

By-Law VIL Duties of Committees 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of the several 
standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) and present them for 
election by the Association, fill any vacancies that may occur between annual 
meetings; and appoint special committees that may be authorized by the Association 
or its Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed to it by 
the Association or its Associational Board and decide on routine and emergency 
matters between sessions of the Associational Board. It shall initiate and 

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recommend matters concerning business management and approve the employment 
of all personnel except the Superintendent of Missions, and Director of Christian 
Social Ministries. It shall accept applications for membership in the Association from 
newly constituted churches and may receive said churches under watchcare until the 
next annual meeting. It shall provide annually for an audit of the Treasurer's records 
and report the condition of the financial records to the Association. It shall give full 
guidance and direction to the Superintendent of Missions and Director of Christian 
Social Ministries in formulating plans and promoting the work of the Association in 
general. It shall meet monthly but a quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact 
business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of the Associ- 
ational organizations and plan and promote an Associational calendar of activities. It 
shall meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the Association an annual 
budget. It shall have the general oversight and administration of the financial 
affairs of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear to be in 
need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches to sponsor new work 
in such communities; give guidance and counsel in procuring temporary and 
permanent sites for locating such work in accord with Associational policy; and make 
recommendations to the Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary 
needs which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall advise with any 
group considering a new church and assist in organizing new churches. It shall make 
recommendations to the Association concerning all churches under watchcase. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association and organizational officers according to 
Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Associational representatives for the 
various institutions and agencies of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the annual 
meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and to 
all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall direct the 
enrollment of the messengers at the annual meeting. It shall recommend the place or 
places for the next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the annual 
sermon. 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any resolutions it 
may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Association shall be referred to the 
Resolutions Committee, except that by a two-thirds vote of the messengers present 
on the first day of the Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended and a 
resolution may be taken up for immediate consideration. 

9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of Stewardship 
within the churches of the Association. It shall assist the Finance Committee in the 
promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of Evangelism 
within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend ways in 
which the Association can work for the promotion of civic righteousness and social 
uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight over all property 
owned or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member church, assist 
with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee and the 
Committee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a rotating basis of not more 
than three years. 

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By-Law VIII. Employment Procedures 

The Association shall employ a Superintendent of Missions and a Director of 
Christian Social Minsitries who shall be recommended by the Executive Committee 
and elected by the Association or its Associational Board. The Superintendent of 
Missions shall work under the guidance of the Executive Committee and serve as an 
ex-officio, non-voting, member of all committees. The Director of Christian Social 
Ministries shall work under the guidance of the Superintendent of Missions and 
serve as an ex-officio, non-voting, member of the Executive Committee and Missions 
Committee. All other employed personnel, as may be provided in the Associational 
budget, shall be employed by the Executive Committee. 

By-Law IX. Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority of the 
messengers present. v . 



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Wayne Hager, 313 Taylor Rd . , Stanley 28164 
Gene Newton, Rt . 4, Box 683, Lincolnton 28092 
Graham Rumfelt, 289 Amith Circle, Belmont 28012 
James Sutton, Rt . 3, Box 282, Gastonia 28052 


Mrs. Frank Sisk, 212 E. Washington, Bess. City 
Floyd Tate, Rt . 1, Bessemer City 28016 
Lamar Leagon, 4912 Benton Ave., Gastonia 28052 
Kenneth Braswell, 307 2nd St., Lowell 28098 
Ronald Berkman, 1318 Poston C ircle, Gastonia 28052 


Jack Reynolds, Rhyne St., Bessemer City 28016 
Troy D. Cope, 236 Browntown Rd., Belmont 28012 
C. A. Shams, Jr., 723 Davis Pk. Rd . , Gastonia 
James L. Brown, 310 Ferstl Ave. Belmont 28012 
Frank Home, 12 18 Cedar St., Gastonia 28052 


Gene Kimbro, 101 Rural Rd . , 1831 Stanley 28164 
Bill Norris, Rt . 6, Box 680, Gastonia 28052 
Charles Cornwell, 610 E. Main, Cherryvilie 28021 
Michael Bumgardner, Box 102, Crouse 28033 
Millard Putnam, Rt . 3, Kings Mtn 28086 


James Saunders, Rt. 2, Box 743, Dallas 28034 
Mrs. Eugene Langley, 465 11th St., Cramerton 
Barron Lee, Rt. 2, Dallas 28034 
Max Robinson, 503 W. Henry St., Belmont 28012 


Ward Smith, 2211 Brookneal St., Gastonia 28052 
Ernest Nation, 1509 Hargrove Ave . , Gastonia 28052 
Joe A. Smith, Box 564, Stanley 28164 
Gene Ware 


Greg Flynn, 1709 Essen Lane, Gastonia 28052 
Roger Cloninger, 100 Smith, Mt . Holly 28120 
Ralph Wright, Rt. 1, Belmont 28012 
Matt Carringer, Rt . 1 , Box 223, King Mtn. 28086 
William B. May, Lower Dallas Rd., Dallas 28034 


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Gaston Baptist Assoc ia 
State of North Carolin 
Fred West, Association 
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Harold Whitener, 106 S. Point Circle, Belmont 28012 

Kerry Clippard, Rt . 1, Alexis 28006 

Clyde Farmer, Rt . 1 , Crouse, 28033 

William F. Gaston, Rt . 2, Box 309, Belmont 28012 

James Smith, Rt . 2, Box 114, Gastonia 28052 


Eugene Bumgardner, 610 E. Iowa Ave., Bessemer City 28016 
Bob Grigg, P.O. Box 782, Bessemer C ity 28016 
RossChestlne, Gen. Del., PinkneySt., Gastonia 28052 
Roy Nichols, Starview Dr., Dallas, 28034 
Eugene Heafner, 918 N. New Hope Rd . , Gastonia 28052 


Rev. James Jordan, Rt . 3, Box 128, Bessemer City 28016 

Coleman Lee, 4305 Little Mtn. Rd . , Gastonia 28052 
J. C. Scott, 1506 N. Main St., Mt . Holly 28120 
Charlie McCiure, 503 N. Rhyne St., Gastonio 28052 


Roscoe Lathan, 300 FerstI St., Seimont 28012 

Joe Pope, P.O. Box 12262, Gastonia 28052 

Harold Smith, Rt . 2, Cherryville 28021 

Tommy Peeler, Rt . 2, Vale 28168 

Jerry Gantt, 308 Summerset Dr., King Mtn. 28086 


Gary Henry, 2401 Helen Drive, Gastonia 28052 
Dennis Franklin, P.O. Box 323, Dallas 28034 
Dean McCarn, Rt . 1 , Box 88-B, Belmont 28012 
Edward Kaps Temple Ct . , Gastonia 28052 


Gene Raxter, P.O. Box 912, Bessemer City 28016 

Pinkney Mitchell, 406 S. 10th Street, Gastonia 28052 

Fred Tatham, 506 S. Linwood Rd , , Gastonia 28052 

Dr. George McSwain, 1750 Hoi landale Dr., Gastonia 28052 


W. A. Jordan, 2717 Sunset Drive, Gastonia 23052 
James Greene, Rt . 1, Belmont 28012 
Benny Gibby, 816 Circleview St . , Gastonia 28052 
Ronnie Grant, Rt . 1, Box 170 Dallas 28034 
Herbert Price, 946 Scotch Drive, Gastonia 28052 


TABLE 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION 

Gaston Baptist Assoc iati 
State of North Carolina 
Mack Pressley, Moderat 
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TABU 1 SPECIAL INFORMATION 

Year Ending Seotember 30, 1976 
Gaston Baptist Association 


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Loy Champion, 319 N. Boyd St., Gastonia 23052 

Jack Barbee, Rt. 5, Box 260, Gastonia 28052 
Gail Hoyle, Rt. 1, Box 134 Belmont 28012 
J. P. Hord, Rt. 3, Kings Mtn. 23036 


Otis Martin, P.O. Box 74, McAdenviile 28101 
Boyd White, 192 4 Mountainbrook Dr., Gastonia 28052 
Reggie Hayes, 1502 Hollandale Dr., Gastonia 28052 
Wilfred Brooks, 110 Airport Rd . , Stanley 28164 


Pink Lowing, 102 Lee Drive, Belmont 28012 
Elvin Bradley, Rt . 2, Box 822-2 Bessemer City 23016 
Craig Famier, P.O. Box 181, N. Belmont 23012 
Bob Crane, 4813 Little Mtn. Rd., Gastonia 23052 
Carl Butler, 848 Hillcrest Ave.. Gastonia 23052 


Ben Neal, 110 E. Ma'n St., Bessemer City 28016 

Jock Lutz, 219Ceda- Lone, Mt . Holly 23120 

Bill Ganis, 100 Point Circle, Belmont 28012 

William Hed.ick, 2326 Hedgewood Circle, Gastonia 28052 

Cloyd Bookout, 1260 Sydnor Ave., Gastonia 28052 


Bud Del linger, Rt . 4, Lincolnton 23092 
T. D. McMahan, Rt . 5, Box 652, Gastonia 23052 
Leonard Morgan, Rt . 3, Hester Drive, Dallas 23034 
Everette Waren, P.O. Box 71, Lowell 28098 


Julius Eskew, 615 Doffie Lane, Gastonia 28052 

Totals 


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Rosewood Lane 
Salem 

Sandy Plains 
Seventh Ave . 
Shady Grove 


S. Marietta St. 
South Point 
Souths ide 
Springfield 
Stanley, First 


Stowe Memorial 
Sunnyside 
Sunset Forest 
Taylor 
Temple 


Trinity 
Tuckaseege 
Unity, Belmont 
Unity, Gastonia 
Victory 


Webb's Chaoel 
W. Cramerton 
W. Franklin Ave. 
Woodlawn 

CHURCHES 
UNDER WATCHCARE 


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Little Mtn. Rd . 

Missions 
Ea-.t Chapel 
Long Creek Memorial 



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1977 ANNUAL 




4ST0N BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
NORTH CAROLINA 



Personfilked Priistmg Co. - Jacksoi^, Temiessec 



ANNUAL 

of the 

GASTON 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OF 

North Carolina 

FIFTY-NINTH ANNUAL SESSION 
Held With 



Alexis Baptist Church 

Alexis, N. C. 28006 

October 20, 1977 



Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church 

Kings Mtn., N. C. 28086 

October 21, 1977 



The Next Annual Session will be Held With 

Chapel Grove Baptist Church 
Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Ranlo Baptist Church 
Ranlo, N. C. 28052 

Thursday and Friday October 19-20, 1978 

Preacher - Law Mobley 
Alternate - Worth Braswell 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Auditors Report 29 

Budget 1977-1978 , 

Christian Social Ministries n 

Church Anniversaries 3 

Church Directory 37 

Associate Pastors or Educational Directors 39 

Churches Under Watchcare 37 

Committees 12 

Librarians 43 

Licensed Ministers 38 

Missions 37 

Officers 

Ordained Ministers Not Serving as Pastors 37 

Organists 41 

Recreational Directors 40 

Retired Ordained Ministers 37 

Secretaries 40 

Youth Directors 39 

Clerks Honor Roll 12 

Constitution and By-Laws 49 

Contribuitons from Churches 3I 

Dedication Page 4 

Directory of Associational Officers, Organizations, and Committees 10 

Doctrinal Sermon - Missions, Rev. B. L Epting 44 

General Board Members I3 

Historical Events 33 

Historical Table 43 

History of Alexis Baptist Church 35 

History of Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church 35 

Messengers I5 

Our Beloved Dead 5 

Proceedings 17 

Program .... 9 

Reports: 

Christian Education 24 

Church Training 20 

Executive Committee 20 

Librarian □ 23 

Missions Committee 18 

Resolutions 27 

Stewardship 18 

Sunday School 20 

Treasurers (Auditors Statement) 28 

WMU 19 

Statistical Tables 55 

Visitors to Annual Meeting 17 



CHURCH ANNIVERSARIES 1978 

15th Chapel Grove 

Ridgeview 
20th Bethany 

Faith, Bessemer City 

Northside 

Robinwood 

So. Point 
30th Oak Grove 

Ridge 
40th Mt. Holly, Second 
50th Woodlawn 
55th Flint Groves 
75th Alexis -, 

85th Cherryville, First 
105th Hickory Grove 
115th Sandy Plains 
125th Stanley, First 



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J AMES THOMAS McELVEEN 

1909-1976 

The Reverend James Thomas (Tommy) McEiveei>was born in Georgia on 
Seperaber 14, 1909. He moved to North Carolina as a young man. Tommy became 
a Christian and was baptized into the membership of the First Baptist Church of 
Mount Holly on April 21, 1946. In 1948 he joined the Adrian-Madora Baptist 
Church in Mount Holly. That church became the Second Baptist Church, and 
Tommy was ordained to the Gospel Ministry by that church. While he continued 
in secular work he served as pastor of the Cleveland Heights Baptist Church in 
Gastonia. 

In 1956 Mr. McElveen was called as pastor of East Baptist Chapel in Mount 
Holly^^jnission of the First Baptist Church of that town. While he was pastor 
there the office of pastor become full-time, a new lot was purchased and a brick 
church building was erected. Tommy was graduated from Fruitland Baptist Bible 
Institute and attended the School of Pastoral Care at the North Carolina Baptist 
Hospital- For several years he was case worker (volunteer) of the Community 
Relief Organization of Mount Holly, and he served as president of the Mount Holly 
Minister ail Association. 

Mr. McElveen's death occurred on August 31, 1976. He is survived by his 
wife, the former Annie Mae Privette, and two sons, all of Mount Holly. 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 



ALEXANDER MEMORIAL 
Mr. Floyd Aldridge 
Mrs. William (Bettie) Sanders 

ALEXIS 

Mrs. Claudia Abernathy 
Mr. Flay Waters 
Mrs. Gordie Bradshaw 

BELMONT, FIRST 
Mrs. N. F. Hill 
Mr. WiUiam L. West 
Mr. David Hammond 
Mr. Emmett Armstrong 
Mrs. Raymond Stack 
Mrs. L. C. Rose 
Dr. Wade H. Breeland 

BELMONT, EAST 
Mrs. OUie Cloer 
Mr. Russell Funderburk 
Mr. Ed (Mary) Lee 
Mrs. Hoyle (Edna) Robinson 
Mrs. Ray (Leafie) Smith 
Mr. Harry Hope 
Mrs. Lowe (Polly) Hicks 

BEREA 

Mrs. Annie Montgomery 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST 
Mrs. A. B. Bell 
Mrs. Or a Lee Lindsay 
Mr. Hunter Payne 
Mrs. Will Hance 
Mrs. Oscar P. Servis 
Mr. A. B.Bell 
Mr. Houston Godfrey 
Mrs. Barry Melton 
Mrs. Mary E. Albright ^ 
Mrs. Julia Lynch 

BESSEMER CITY, SECOND 
Mr. R. G. Carpenter 

BETHANY 

Mrs. Grace S. Carpenter 
Mrs. Bernice Hill 

CALVARY 

Mr. Luther Price 
Mrs. Lodie Bailey 



CATAWBA HEIGHTS 
Mr. T. F. Crawford 
Mrs. Debbie Morgan 
Mrs. Ethel Pryor 
Mrs. Gennna Brown 

CENTERVIEW 

Mrs. Mary Beaty 
Mr. J. B. Henderson 
Mrs. Effie Moses 
Mr. Ed Conrad 
Mr. Grady Allman 
Mrs. Hazel Etters 
Mr. Gerald M. Guice 
Mr. Raymond Lowe 
Mr. Deimas Parker 

CHAPEL GROVE 

Mrs. Eunice Price 
Mrs. Irene Heavener 
Mr. 0. H. Harrison 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST 
Fred E. Dellinger 
Ben NeiU 
Orien Moss 
Lawrence Alexander 
Mrs. T. C. Summer 
Bobby Gene Randall 
Christine Newton 
Glenn Tweed 
Vic Stroupe 
J. W. SeUers 
Amanda Dellinger 
U. E. DelHnger 
Mrs. J. D. Hobbs 
Mr. D. B. Ramsey 

CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 
Mrs. Mae Watts 
Mrs. Bessie Huss 
Miles Allen 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 
Mrs. Zoe Gleen 
Mr. Frank Black 

CHRIST COMMUNITY 
Julius Eskew 



CRAMERTON, FIRST 

Mr. Clyde Summerlin 
Mrs. Margaret Smith 

DALLAS 

Mrs. R. F. Harris 
Mrs. Beulah Cloninger 
Mr. James B, Rhyne 
Mrs. Hubert High 
Mr. Gaines Franklin 
Mr. Grier Jenkins 

FAIRVIEW 

Mr. Noel Nation 
Mrs. Willie Lewellyn 
Mr. Grady Gibson 

FLINT GROVES 
Mr. Jim Auten 
Mr. Reid Robinson 
Mrs. Edna Rhyne 
Mrs. Ida Russell 
Mrs. Mary Reid Johnson 
Mrs. Nell Helton 
Mrs. Priscilla McCall 
Mr. P. A. Cline. Sr. 
Mr. Wesley McMahan 
Miss Cordia Fox 
Mrs. Leta Setzer 

FRALEY 

Mrs. Nolo Bouldin 
Mrs. Dora Hall 

FRIENDSHIP 

Mr. Zeb Thornburg 

Mr. Robert D. Cuthbertson 

EAST, GASTONIA 
Charles A. Adams 
Mrs. Mattie Adkins 
Rev. T. L. Cashweil, Sr. 
Mrs. Walter Flo we 
Mrs. F. Crifiin Ileavr^Ecr 
Ivlis. Floyd Yarborough 
Mrs. Earl E. Kendrick 
Mvs. Geneva L. Miller 
Mis.W.T.Mingcs 
Mrs. J. C, Price, Sr. 
Mr. Edgar M. Smarr 
Mr. Boyd M. Warron 



GASTONIA, FIRST 
Mr. Mac Arthur 
Mrs. I. A. Brown 
Mrs. H. L. Cartledge 
Mrs. Zula Eisenhower 
Mr. John Kaylor 
Mr. E. H. Morris 
Mr. Raymond G. Newton 
Mr. C. B. Page 
Mrs. Nan Ramsey 
Mrs. Fannie Rhodes 
Mrs. J. J. Worthey 
Mrs. Jo Yelton 

GATEWAY 

Mr. Walter Boyd 

HICKORY GROVE 

Mrs. Ralph B. Carpenter 
Mrs. L. S. Rhyne 

HIGH SHOALS FIRST 

Mr. Dennis Blankenship 
Mrs. EvaBoggs 
Mr. Charlie McGaha 
Mr. Ernest Rice 
Mrs. Rhetta Buchanan 

HARDEN BAPTIST 
Mr. Bruce Rayfield 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Mina Tate 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Beulah Brackett 
Mjt. J. L. Mcintosh 
Mr. Frank Morgan 

LORAY 

Mr. Marvin Benton 
Ml'. Fred Buchanan 
Mrs. E. I. Coffey 
:, Mr. lioy Hawkins 
MJssLeola Waters 
Mrs. Virginia Dale 
Mrs. Clyde Rogister 
Mi-s.Ev3, Keever 
I\lrs. li. F. Hogiie 



LOVE MEMORIAL 
Mr. John Lay 
Mrs. M. L Petty 
Mrs. Leona Led well 
Mr. Johnny EUes 
Mrs. Mary Ellis 
Mrs. Lula Sellers 

LOWELL FIRST 
Mr. L. L. Mills 
Mr. Lander Clemmer 
Mrs. Fannie Broome 
Mrs. Edith Langford 

McADENVILLE BAPTIST 
Mrs. Doris Andrews 
Mr. Twitt Biggerstaff 
Mrs. Etta Mullis 
Mrs. Nellie Nichols 
Mr. J. C. Stewart 
Mr. Grady Underdown 

MIDWAY 

Mr. Sam Crowe 

MT. BEULAH 

Mr. Grady G. Bess 
Mr. T. V. Hill 

MOUNT HOLLY FIRST 
Mrs. C. C. Carpenter 
Mr. A. F. Craig 
Mrs. C. W^Fuller 
Mrs. Roscoe C. Greene 
Mr. Ralph Hart 
Mr. T. A. Jones 
Mrs. Tom Robinson 
Mr. J. K. Ward 

MT. ZION 

Guy Dellinger 
Norman Franklin 
Cole Clark 
S. S. Murry 
Mrs. John Smith 
Mrs. Dora Prevatte 
Mrs. Sallie Lankford 
M. D. Beam 
Docia Dellinger 

MT. HOLLY SECOND 
Mrs. Viola Helton 



NEW HEIGHTS 

Mr. James M. Paris 

NEW HOPE 

Charles Lineberger 
Miss Wilma Bland 

NEW LIFE STANLEY 
Mr. Dan Odum 

NORTH MAIN 

Mr. Thurman Frady 

NORTHSIDE 

Mrs. Edith Gray 
Mrs. Hattie Hewitt 
Mrs. Hattie Haney 

OAK GROVE 

Mr. Ray Anthony 

PARKWOOD 

James A. Corbett 

PLAINVIEW 

Mr. Eugene Leonhardt 
Paul Reeves, Minister 

RANKIN LAKE 

Mrs. M. H. Jackson 
Miss Darlene Gholson 

RANLO 

James Davis 
Robert Broome 
Billy Ray Jamison 

RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 
Mr. L. F. England 
Mr. D. A. Derreberry 
Mr. Woodrow Moss 
Mrs. Ethel Hudson 

RIVERSIDE 

Mrs. Mary Glover 

ROBINWOOD 

Mr. Weldon Bridgeman 

SANDY PLAINS 

Mr. Rodney Keith Willis 
Mr. Clyde Crenshaw 
Mr. Hayes W. Stiles 



SEVENTH AVE TUCKASEEGE 

Mr. Walter G. Morgan, Deacon Mrs. Grace Kirby 

SHADY GROVE Mrs. Beulah Painter 

Mr. Arnold Lee Pruitt . UNITY, BELMONT 

Mr. Erskine .\rrowood Mrs. Margie Stacy 

Mrs. Eiame Kester ' Mr. Boyd Stacy 

Mr. Theodore Beattie ; Mr. Howell Baker 

Mrs Ola Hayes Mr. E. Y. Helms 
Mr. Lenord Beattie 

Mrs. Zoe Mauney UNITY, GASTONLA 

SOUTH MARIErrA STREET ^r^TSfes'^^^" 

^^s- ,^f ^f ^ .S^^^^^i Mr. George Fisher 

Mrs. W.L>4e Smith Mr. Marion Huggins 

Mrs. Vera P. Ford ^^ 

Miss Othelia Smith VICTORY 

Mrs Lottie Baumgardner Mr. Francis Moore 

Mr. Charles Monroe Mrs. Annie Calhoun 

Mr. C L. Rickman Mr. Robert Penley, Jr. 

Mrs Elsie Bigger Mrs. Lula McCarver 

Mr. Irven Goodson Mr. August Zabiah 

STANLEY FIRST ^Egrp fraNKLIN 

Mr.Wm.G.^atty Kenneth Fulbright 

Mrs Maggie Fisher Cathy Cobb 

Mr. Marvm Hekon p^^li^^^ ^^^1 
Mr. George Michael 

Mr. Vincent Q. Morris, Jr. WOODLAWN 

M^s- SrnVl""'^^- . Mr. J. A. Lewis 

Mrs Will C^ronister Mr. Michael Bingham 

Mr. Lewis Helton ^ 

Mrs. paul Mauney FAITH, BESSEMER CITY 

M^s- Frank Morris Mrs. Maude Griffin 
Mrs. Elva Robinson 

STOWE MEMORIAL 
Mr. F. M. Inman 
Mr. W. S. Sherrill 



SOUTHSIDE 
Tv/r t:^ Tv/r T Mts. Pansy Haze 

H'F,;^-?."'^''.,, Mr. Walt Seward 



SUNSET FOREST ^^ . , ^'""T Glenn HarriU 



Mr. Gordon S. Heffner 

TAYLOR MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Her Medlock 

TEMPLE 

Mr. G. W. Rockett 
Mr. Sam Crowe 
Mrs. Alice Alexander 
Mr. Lawrence Henderson 
Mr. Ervin Falls, Deacon 
Mrs. W. D. Payseur 
Mrs. Alma Boyd 



Mrs. Etta Lively 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

59th Annual Session 

THEME: BOLD MISSION THRUST 

Moderator: R. Mack Pressley Clerk: Mrs. Dean Tate 

V. Moderator: John Tresch, Jr. 

First Day - October 20 Alexis Baptist Church 

1:30 Registration Organist: Peggy Hovis 

2:00 Worship Jerry Watts, Woodlawn Church 

2:20 Committee Reports: 

Enrollment . Sandra Tate 

Program Catherine Painter 

Nominating Max Pendleton 

Committee on Committees J. D. Williams 

Stewardship Ralph Carpenter 

Missions Raymond White 

2:50 Mini-Skit: 'The Crossroads" Acteens, Belmont First 

2:55 Organizational Reports: 

WMU Delene Russell 

Brotherhood George Pettigrew 

Church Training Worth Braswell 

Sunday School Harry McCail 

3:20 "Let's Sing" 

3:25 Bold Mission Bible Conference 

4:00 Break 

4:15 Miscellaneous Business 

4:40 Associational Missions: 

Moderator R. Mack Pressley 

Executive Committee A. Douglas Aidrich 

Treasurer Fred D. West 

Finance T. Ray Helms 

5:10 According to Hoyle Director of Missions 

5:20 Worship Peggy Evington 

5:30 State Missions Dr. Norman Wiggins, Pres. 

Campbell College 

6:00 Supper 

Evening First Day 

6:45 Worship Dorothy Allred 

7:05 Memorials Ray Seism 

7:15 Mssions Reports: 

Home Missions Printed report 

Foreign Missions Hoyt Roberts, Honduras 

7:45 Mini- Skit W.M.U., Belmont First 

7:55 Miscellaneous Business 

Ijibrarian Johnnie Morton 

8:00 Worship Choir, Alexis 

8:15 Annual Sermon Stanley Howard, Alexis 

i Alternate: Law Mobley, Unity Gastonia 

9:00 Adjourn 



Second Day October 21, 1977 ■. CHESTNUT RIDGE 

8:45 Registration 

9:00 Worship J. P. Bridges, 

Chestnut Ridge 

9:10 Miscellaneous Business: 

Historian J. D. Williams 

Evangelism Sam Mintz 

9:30 Christian Social Ministries: 

PANEL: QUESTION MASTER: Hoyle Allred 

Association Wilma Stinnette 

Hospital Hoyle Alexander 

Children's Home Yates Campbell 

Homes for Aging Lowell Spivey 

Biblical Recorder Representative 

10:15 Christian Education Dr. Craven Williams 

President, Gardner Webb College 

10:35 Break 

10:45 What the Churches are doing in BOLD MISSION THRUST 

11:15 Worship Peggy Hovis 

11:20 Doctrinal Sermon - Missions B. I. Epting 

11:55 Report of Resolutions Committee Flay Payne 

12:00 Lunch and Adjourn 

DIRECTORY 

Officers 1977-1978 

Moderator -- R. Mack Pressley, 511 Tuckaseege Rd., Mt. Holly 28120 

Vice Moderator -- J. W. Tresch, Jr., P. 0. Box 516, CherryviUe 28021 

Clerk -- Mrs. Dean Tate, 2418 Leroy Ave., Gastonia 28052 

Treasurer - Fred West, 539 Downey Place, Gastonia 28052 

Parliamentarian -- M. 0. Owens, Jr., 829 Churchill Dr., Gastonia 28052 

Librarian -- Mrs. Alfred Morton, 85 Walnut Ave., Ranlo 28052 

Historian -- J. D. WUliams, 300 S. Main St., Mt. Holly 28120 

Sunday School Director - Harry McCall, 224 E. Catawba Ave., Mt. HoUy 28120 
Church Training Director - Worth Braswell, 404 W. Trade St., Dallas 28034 

Woman's Missionary Union Director -- Mrs. Dennis Russell 

1715 Anthony Dr., Gastonia 28052 
Brotherhood Director - George Pettigrew, 3032 Audrey Dr., Gastonia 28052 

Music Director -- Mrs. Peggy Evington, 1212 New Hope, Gastonia 28052 

Associational Organist -- Mrs. James Hovis, Churchhill Dr., Dallas 28034 

TRUSTEES 
Frank Hoyle P. 0. Box 606, CherryviUe 28021 

Forest Roberts, Jr. 600 Torrence Dr., Gastonia 28052 

G. Truett Smith 107 Merewood Drive. Gastonia 28052 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVE 
Annuity Board Harold Miller 

Homes for Aging . . . E. Lowell Spivey 

Children's Homes Yates W. Campbell 

Baptist Hospital ' Forest Roberts, Jr. 

Christian Education Barry Hambright 

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SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH TRAINING 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR Harry McCall 

VBS Director Gerald Campbell 

Children's Director Wayne Blackwood 

Adult Director Mrs. Debbie Connell 

Youth Director Mrs. Lanny Cook 

Preschool Director Mrs. Patsy Campbell 

CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR Mr. Worth Braswell 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Woman's Missionary Union Director -- Mrs. Delene Russell, 1715 Anthony Dr., 

Gastonia 
BW Director -- Mrs. Olna Daves, 2023 Redbud, Gastonia 

BYW Director -- Mrs. Sandra Tate, 2418 Leroy, Gastonia 

Acteens Director -- Mrs. Robert Brown, 3406 Merry oaks Lane, Dallas 

GA Director -- Mrs. Jimmy Champion, 1700 Anthony Dr., Gastonia 

Missions Friend Director -- Mrs. Patsy Campbell, 500 Church St., Belmont 

Secretary & Treasurer -- Mrs. Yates Craig, Box 296, Stanley 

Nominating Committee 
Mrs. NeU Patton 
Mrs. Juanita Meares 
Mrs. Faye Gillespie 

South Mountain Camp Committee 1978 Floyd Noblett 

1979 Troy Thomas 
1980 Robert Baynard, Chairman 

Committee on Committees Bob Baynard, Chairman; Billy Smith 

Billy Miller, Hoyle Alexander, Charles Spence, 
Larry Issacs, J. H. Mauldin, Mrs. Buren Neill 
(Appointed by Moderator) 
Scholarship Committee 

Mrs. Bill Wilson 3015 Gardner Pk. Dr., Gastonia 28052 

Mrs. Jerry Scarborough 1590 Cecelia Drive, Gastonia 28052 

Mrs. Bill Deaton 611 Hillcrest Ave., Gastonia 28052 

Brotherhood Director George Pettigrew 

RA Program Coordinator Hoyle T. Allred 

RA Sport Committee James Barber, Basketball Commissioner 

Softball Commissioner, Gene Alexander 

Track Coach, Baron W. Lee 

RA Trainer - Pinewood Derby Mr. & Mrs. Bill Wilson 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Dr. Hoyle T. Allred 3039 Gardner Pk. Dr., Gastonia, N.C. 

DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. Yates W. Campbell. 1049 Buckingham Drive, Gastonia 



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ASSOCIATIONAL PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Judy Cook Office Secretary 

Mrs. Dorothy Mired Promotional Secretary 

Mrs. WiJma Stinnette Case Worker 

Mr. KenBowiin Custodian 

MOTTO 

"Epaphras, who m one of you, a Servant dl Oinst, salnteth yaii. always Uboring 
fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand perl^t asd complete in all the fS 
of God/' Co. 4:12. 

ASSOCIATIONAL CLEEKS HONOR ROLL 

1. Bethany Baptist Church 

2. Mt. Zion Baptist Church r 

3. Unity, Belmont . 

4. Cramerton, First "■-■' :/-/;-. \ ^> r ■■-■,:; ,^,;' > .„. 

5. Grace Baptist Church 

6. Hickory Grove Baptist Church 

7. Centerview Baptist Church - 

8. Rankin Lake Baptist Church 

9. Flint Groves Baptist Church 
10. Gateway Baptist Church 

COMMITTEES 

Executive 1978 M. 0. Owens, Jr., Jack Painter, Chairman 

Kerry Clippard 

1979 Eugene Passmore, Glenn Caldwell, James Revis 

1980 Douglas Baltzegar, Ralph Wilson, A. A, Bailey 

Finance , 1978 Howard league, Elvin Jones 

1979 Ray Helms, Chairman. Fred Crisp 
1980 Ray England, Albert Leath 

Nominating 1^78 Claude Shore, Wayne Blackwood 

1979 Billy Smith, Forest Roberts, Sr. 
1980 Wayne Blackwood, Chairman, Eugene Johns. Worth foaswell 

Ordination 1978 Robert Davis, Clarence Morris 

1979 Johnny Perry» Ralph Holcomb. Chairman 
1980 Clarence McMahan, Raymond White 

Missions 1978 Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mrs. Vivjm MitcheU 

1979 Charles Spence, B. I. Epting. Chairman 
_^ 1980 Howard Corley, Stanley Howard 

Promotional Dr. John Tresch, Jr., Chairman 

George Pettigrew. Perry Huffstetler, James Lowery, 
Delene Russell, Harry McCall, Worth Braswell 

Peggy Evington 

Stewardship 1978 Jesse BaSew 

1979 Charles Summey, Chairman 
1980 J.J.Clark 

Evangelism 1978 Sam Mintz 

1979 James Lowery, Chairman 
1980 Ronnie Berkman 



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Christian Life and Public Affairs 1978 Perry Huffstetler, Chairman 

1979 Douglas Mincy 
■ - ^ 198G Earl Withers 

Resolutions 1978 Flay Payne, Chairman 

1979 Olna Daves 
1980 Mrs. Yates Craig 

Program 1978 Ray Seism 

1979 Mrs. Beverly Tresch 
1980 Law Mobley, Chairman 

Associational Property 1978 James Whit worth, Chairman 

1979 Love Dixon 
1980 Richard Bullis 

Constitution 1978 Billy Miller 

1979 A. A. Bailey 
1980 Walter Long, Chairman 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

All pastors are Members of the General Board 

Alexander Memorial-Marcus Baumgardner, Donald Bentley 

Alexis -- Bill Stroupe, Lee St roupe 

Anthony Grove -- 

Belmont, First -- Jack A. Painter 

Belmont, East -- Rev. W. E. Jones, Rev, G. A. Campbell, Henry Traywick 

Berea -- Mr. Robbie Simpson, Mr. James Sutton 

Bessemer City, First -- Floyd Noblett, Harold Robinson 

Bessemer City, Second - J. B. Bo wen, Halen Sprinkles 

Bethany -- Everette Biddix, Ray Teague 

Bethlehem -- Eugene Heafner, Ronnie Berckman 

Bingham -- 

Calvary - Coleman Lee, Bill Deaton 

Catawba Heights -- J. C. Scott, Tommie Williams, James Lawing 

Cedar Grove - Harry F. Herd, Dennis Queen 

Centerview -- Harold Huffstetler, Barney Huggins 

Chapel Grove - Ed Deese, Dan Jackson, Mark Stewart 

Cherry vilie, First -- Herbert Hickson, James Homesly r 

Cherryville, Second - 

Chestnut Ridge -- Mitchell Pruitt, Oscar Gleen, Jr., J. P. Bridges 

Christ Community - 

Community - Earl Withers, Dean Tate 

Cramerton, First -- W. S. Haynie, R. M. Pence 

Cramerton, West 

Dallas -- Woodrow Green, Grady W. Price 

Fairview -- 

Faith, Belmont -- 

Faith, Bessemer City - 

Faith, Gastonia -- 

Flint Groves - H. L. Cline, Gene Brown 

Fraley - Orville Kirkland, Estelle Kirkland 

Friendship - A. P. Millen, Mack Liner 

Gamble Hill - 

Gaston - 

Gastonia, East -- 



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Gastonia, First -- Forest Roberts, Sr., Fred West 

Gateway - Frank Bellinger, Judy Bellinger, Gladys Boyd, Frank Hudspeth 
Grace -- George Rhyne, G. B. Talley 
Hickory Grove - Jerry Brock, Charles Craig 
High Shoals, First -- Scott Bradley, Marshall Styles 
Hardin -- James Hall, Clyde Smith 
Holland Memorial -- B. B. Calhoun, Audrey Ballard 
Lakeview -- Ban Tallent, Ban Rhodes 
Long Creek Memorial -- Marvin McCraw, James Hovis, Jr. 
L<:>ray -- Winston Crawford, Lander Mincy 
Love Memorial -- Wade Putnam, Wilfred Sutton 
Lowell, First -- James Benton, Ralph McMahan 
Macedonia -- Lennell Keenum, Jack Raxter 
McAdenville - Norman Hicks, Bick Roberts 
Midway -- Tony Falls, Charles Green 
Mt. Beulah -- Horace Robinson, Eugene Pruitt 
Ml. Holly, First -- H. J. Lark, AUan Craig 
Mt. Holly, Second-- ... : 

Mt. Zion - Mr. & Mrs. Alvin McSwain 

Mm. View- , , - : 

New Heights ~ Robert Tucker, Boyd Godfrey v 

New Hope- 
New Life, Belmont ~ 

New Life, Stanley - , _■■.-, 

North Main - ' 

North Side - Johnny Heath, Banny Spivey 

Oak Grove - - - 

Parkwood - J. C. Smith, H. F. Lovingood 
Piainview - Gary Lyles, Rondel Guffey 
Providence - J. B. Towery, Ruth E. Hottel 
Rankin Lake - Larry Blake, Neal Carpenter 
Ranlo - Earl Bay 
Ridge - Bob Fain, Bert Bockery 
Ridge view - Mark Martin, Bavid Helton 
Riverside ~ 

Robinwood - G. R. Bavis, Henry Parker 
Salem - 

Sandy Plains ~ Marcus Beatty, Bavid Sparrow 
Seventh Ave. - 

Shady Grove - J. P. Hord, Amos Kiser 
S. Marietta St. - Leno Hawkins, Horace Rhodes 
Springfield - 

South Point - Welburn Johnson, Clyde Clark, Otis Martin 
Southside - 

Stanley, First - Roy Speas, Bob McGee 
Stowe Memorial ~ Bwight S. Watts ' ^ 

Sunnyside - Raymond Short, Kermit Hutchins 
Sunset Forest - Oscar Giffen, Torance Smith 
Taylor Memorial - 

Temple - Bavid Jordan, Bean Stewart.B. Parker Snyder 
Tuckaseegee - T. R Helms, J. S. Johnson 
United, Belmont - 

Unity, Belmont - Fred Helton, Jim Peal 
Unity, Gastonia -- James Bumgardner, Lester Hicks 



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Victory -- Belton Lx)ftm, Carlee Henderson 

W. Franklin Ave. -- Ruth Whitworth, Lama Herring 

Woodlawn -- Annelle Jackson, Calvin Arrowood 

MESSENGERS 

If your name does not appear below, you failed to register. Please do so next year. 

Alexander Memorial -- Rev. Christopher L. Roberts 

Alexis Baptist -- Martha S. Deason, Ruth Anderson, Pattie Payne, Stanley 

Howard, Lena Bynum, Rachel Stroupe, Claude Bynum 
Anthony Grove -- Mr. & Mrs. Doug Baltzegar, Barbara Bumgarner, Ruth Brown 
Belmont, First -- Walter Long 
Belmont, East -- W. Elvin Jones, Sloan Alexander, Mrs. Eivin Jones, Mrs. Ray 

Adams 
Bessemer City, First -- Floyd Noblett, Claude F. Lipford 
Bessemer City, Second -- Joanne Grigg 
Bethlehem -- BHly Smith, Betty Smith 

Bingham -- Jenny Davis, Oscar Polk, Sr., Mozelle Badger, Mrs. 0. T. Polk 
Calvary - Nannie Walls, Maye Armstrong, Nancy Deaton 
Catawba Heights -- Frances Payne, J. Howard Mauldin, Myrtle Huffstetler, 

Tommy Williams, Linda Cope, Richard Brown, Tommy Williams 
Cedar Grove -- Annie Turney, Margaret James, E. G. Powell, Mi-s. E. G. Powell, 

Viola Powell 
Centerview -- Vivian Liles, Mrs. R. W. Beaty, Jess Ballew 
Chapel Grove -- James A. Lowery, Delene Russell 
Cherryville, First -- Bud Black 
Cherry^ille, Second - Mamie Sain, Mrs. Keith Love, Keith I^ve, Mrs. Rov A. 

Cook 
Chestnut Ridge -- Millard Putnam, Burling Kings 
Community -- Sandra Tate, E. R. Bumgarner 
Cramerton, West -- Virginia Barnes 
Cramerton, First -- Howard Price, Eugene Johns, Mrs. D. M. Ballard, Essie 

Hillard, Mrs. Ross Bradon, W. S. Haynie, Mrs. W. S. Haynie 
Dallas -- Judy Dellinger, Mrs. Wm. A. Whelers, Mitchell Carr, Mrs. John Howard 
Fairview - W. F. Payne, Howard Kanipe, Joann Kanipe, J. E. Holcomb 
Faith-Gastonia -- Lois Nolen, A. Renard Nolen 
Flint Groves - Thelma Merrill, Winona Merrill, Clitus Blackwell, Paul Hanseil, 

Richard Young, Edith Edison, Mrs. Frost Pasour, Richard Young, Mrs. 

Rufus Merrill, Mrs. J. L. Brackett, Mrs. Harry Hand, Chap. Harry Hand 
Friendship - J. M. Liner, Mrs. A. P. Millen, Mrs. Mack Liner 
Gamble Hill--Mr. & Mrs. Matt Carririgef 
Gastonia, First - E. W. Brockman, Mrs. E. W. Brockman, Mrs. J. F. Lewis, Rev. & 

Mrs. A. Douglas Aldrich, Jack C. Richards, Sr„ Mrs. Jack C. Richards, Sr. 
Gastonia, East -- Ralph Farrar, A. R. Holt, Mrs. Frank Mabe, W. E. Porter, Mr. 

John Gaddis, Mrs. John Gaddis 
Gateway -- Kenneth M. Bo wen, Gladys P. Boyd, J. J. Frank Hudspeth, Judy 

Dellinger, Frank Dellinger 
Grace - Wayne H. Blackwood 

Hardin -- Marshall High, Ann Propst, Mrs. James Hall, Mrs. M. R. High 
High Shoals, First - Mrs. H. M. Abernethy, Lucile Weatherford, Boyd Godfrey, 

Joe Campbell 
Hickory Grove-Jack Hamrick 
Gaston -- Hazel P. Boyd 



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Holland Memorial - Pearl Anthony, Lela Calhoun 

Lakeview -- W. C. Sanford, Willie Brittain, Cora Lee Jenkins, Mrs. W. C. Sandford 

Long Creek Memorial -- Mrs. Wm. A. Wheless, Mrs. J. W. Costner, Mr. & Mrs. 

Fred Crisp, Mary K. McGinnis, Mrs. J. W. Costner, Edward M. Ashe, 

Myrtle Ashe, Marvin C. McGmnis 
Loray -- Virgil F. Collette, Don Benfield, Raymond H. White, R. Love Dixon, Eva 

H. Henson 
Love Memorial - Betty Baumgarner, Thelma Long, Ellen Loftin, Martin Owens, 

Helen Guffie 
Lowell, First -- Bob Davis 

Macedonia -- Fannie C, Patterson, Helen Eller ■ : 

Maranatha -- Rev. W. B. Kuykendall 
Midway - Rev. Robert L. Withers 
Mt. Beulah - Oliver V. McSwain, Mrs. Oliver V. McSwain, Mrs. Dean Moffitt, 

Mrs. William Beam, Ethel Stroupe, Wilma Stinnette, Judy Cook 
Mt. Holly, First - E. L. Spivey, Mrs. E. L. Spivey 
Mt. Holly, Second -- Mrs. Howard Corley 
Mt. Zion - Desmer Brown, Donald F. Lavery, Joann Baynard, Eugelia Porter, 

Robert W. Baynard, Mrs. C. L. Willis 
New Hope -- Yates W. Campbell 

New Heights - Sallie Webber, Kathryn Whitener, Leola Cook, Kathryn Whitner 
New Life -- Ervin J. Mauney, Franklin Hartman, Mrs. Glenn Rhyne 
Northside -- Rev. C. V. Garver 

Oakgrove -- David L. Beam, Wayne Beam, Mrs. J. M. McSwain 
Parkwood -- M. 0. Owens, Jr., Hoyle T. Allred, Mrs. Hoyle T. Allred, E. F, McFall, 

Connie Arnat, Mrs. Lee Turner, Mrs. 0. T. McDaniel, Lee Turner, Otis 

McDaniel 
Plainview -- Ruth Revels, Blois Shoup, Raymond L. Walters 
Providence -- Mr. & Mrs. John Pennell, Dr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Hottel 
Ranlo - Johnnie Morton, Mrs. W. A. Smith, Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Perry 

Huffstetler 
Ridge -- Ethel Bentley, Westle S. Johnson, N. B. Bently, Ola M. Tessener, E. B. 

Tessener 
Ridgeview -- Ralph Holcomb 

Riverside - Georgia Meacham, Irene Tennent, Lunette McCraw 
Robin wood - J. B. Hoffman, Annie David, Girlie R. Davis 
Salem -- George Cline, Carl Wall 
Sandy Plains -- Mrs. Fred Denton, Fred Denton, Leo H. Falls, Robert Cook, Virgil 

Clark 
Seventh Ave. -- Sam H. Mintz - 

Shady Grove - Dan Silver, Mrs. J. D. Sellers, Mrs. Ervin Wright 
So. Marietta St. -- Louise Childers, M. C. Sowell, Hoyle B. Alexander, Sr., Mrs, 

Hoyle Alexander, Ethel Herring 
Southside -- Eugene Passmore 
Stanley, First -- James F. Adams, Eleanor Craig, G. Armstrong, H. C. Mungo, 

Emma Cloer, Larry Isaacs 
Southpoint - Ann Clark, Alberta McCraw , - 

Springfield " Ben Davis, Mildred Davis 
Stowe -- Sally Lee, Linda Burrell 
Sunset Forest - Lillie Reynolds, Millie Carrigan 
Taylor Memorial - J. M. Norville, Howard Womack, C. R. McMahan 
Temple - Mrs. Clyde Costner, Fanny Walker, S. Guy Walker, Ethel Reinhardt, D. 

Parker Snyder, L. E. Bookout 
Tuckaseege - Mack Pressley 



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Unity-Beimont -- Belle Wall, Madge H. Armstrong, Houston Davis, Ruby Davis 
Unity, Gastonia -- James A. Bumgardner, Audret M. Bumgardner, Paulin Shutts. 

Mr. & Mrs. Brodus Wallace, Herman Motsinger, Lela Bradley, Mrs. M. L. 

Walters 
Victory ~ Rev. James E. Revis, Carlee Henderson 
W. Franklin Ave. -- Lama Herring, Rev. & Mrs. James A. Whitworth 
Woodlawn - Lucy Cowan, George Waldrop, Ruth Mattox, Mrs. George Waldrop, 

Annelle Jackson, J. T. Stafford, W. A. McKnight, Thelma James, Ruth Peck, 

Hortense Cowan, Jessie Stafford. Jerry A. Watts 

VISITORS -- Josephine Helms, Mrs. B. J. Clauton, Ella Hoffman, Christine 
Owenby, Shirley Ferguson, Mr. & Mrs. Weldon EUer, Mr. & Mrs. Jack Ellington, 
Robert Gladden, Ruby Aldridge, Genelle Stevenson, Andrew Strain, Mrs. Andy 
Strain, Sam 0. Stevenson, Jennings Stevenson, Jill Stevenson, bobbie Fox Howe, 
Helen Fox, Fred Chastain, Sam Head, Mildred Noblett, William A. Poole, Clara 
Thompson, Mrs. J. H. Pearson, Woodrow Hill, J. B. Bowen, Clara Delle Stroupe, 
A. L. Lee, J. W. Costner, Calvin Knight, Craven Williams, Myra Epting, jack 
Ellington, Maxine Ellington, Howard Corley, Mitchell Carr, Lola Alexander, 
Bobbie Strain, A. J. Strain, F. H. Abernethy, Mrs. F. H. Abernethy, Mildred 
Noblett, Ladd Maxwell, Mrs. J. H. Maulding, Edith Stewart, 0. H. Bolick, Mrs. R. 
R. Cook, Roland Abernathy, Pauline Ritchie, Robbie Ritchie, Nell Robinson, J. D. 
Sellers, Ethel Farmer, Gary L. Rankin, Ben R. Coley, Frank Payne, Jerry 
Proctor, Bobby L. Wells, Juanita Alexander, Lex Moore, Ralph WOson, Annie 
McKnight, Gla Hoyie, Jean Clippard, Mrs. Leek Whisnant. 

The following are people who were messengers, but did not list which church: 
Mrs. Christin Howell, Mrs. Robert McGee, Edith Pryor, Lex Moore, J. T. 
Stafford, Logan Huffstetler, Nancy Stroupe, Je. E. Christopher, Mrs. J. E. 
Christopher, Thelma King, Helen Sherrill, Mrs. Ervin Wright, Winston Crawford, 
Esther Stewart, Thelma Turner. 

FIRST SESSION 

1. The 59th Annual session of the Gaston Baptist Association was held at 
Alexis Baptist Church, Alexis, North Carolina and Chestnut Ridge Baptist 
Church, Kings Mountain, North Carolina. 

2. The worship session was under the direction of Mr. Jerry Watts, Minister 
of Music at Woodlawn Baptist CHurch, Lowell, N. C. The Kings' Men, a quartet 
from Woodlawn Church, blessed our hearts by singing two songs entitled, "Sing 
Me A Song About Jesus", and "My Anchor Holds". Mr. Watts then led the 
congregation in singing "In the Sweet By and By". 

3. Mr. Lowell Spivey led in our opening prayer. 

4. Committee Reports: 

A. Enrollment: Mrs. Sandra Tate, Associational Clerk, made a motion 
that the 340 messengers, duly elected by their church, and now registered 
and those who will register, constitute the 59th Annual Session of the 
Gaston Baptist Association. The motion was made and seconded. It was so 
carried. (32^ messengers, 67 visitors, and 8 alternates were enrolled for 
these sessions.) 

B. Program: In the absence of Mrs. Catherine Painter, Dr. Hoyle Allred, 
made the motion that the printed program constitute the order of service for 
the 59th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. It was seconded 
and carried. 



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Dr. Allred presented the places for the annual meeting to be held in 1978, 
1979. They are as following: Chapel Grove Baptist, Gastonia, and Ranlo 
Baptist, Ranlo, for the 1978 session. The 1979 session is to be held at First 
Baptist Church in Cherryville and Mt. Zion in Cherryville. The preacher will 
be Rev. Law Mobley and the alternate preacher will be Rev. Worth 
Bras well. 

C. Committee on Committees: Mr. Billy Smith, gave the report for 
Chairman J. D. Williams. Rev. Smith made the motion that the written 
report of committees be adopted. It was seconded and carried. (See Table 
of Contents for the report of this committee.) 

D. Nominating Committee: Mr. Max Pendleton, Chairman of the 
Nominating Committee, gave the report and moved its adoption. This 
report is provided elsewhere in the minutes. It was seconded by Mr. Ralph 
Carpenter and carried. 

E. Stewardship: Mr. Ralph Carpenter, Chairman gave bis report stating 
that the growth in giving has increased gi'eatly in the past 27 years. The 

total gifts for all causes given by the churches was $6,854,139.00. These are the 
goals recommended for the coming year: 

(1) Every church in the Association Boldly advance their giving the 
Cooperative Program and contributing 2% of each dollar given to 

Association Mission. 

(2) Every church in the Association increasing the percentage of the 
total income throughout the Cooperative Program. 

(3) That every church seriously consider its responsibility to develop 
Christian stewards and determine to elect and train stewardship 

committee to assist the church in developing Christian stewards. 

(4) That every church conduct a stewardship emphasis this year. The 
Stewardship Theme for the year is "Bold Believers in Giving Through a 
Growing Commitment." 

(5) That every church double Cooperative Program and Associational 
Missions giving by 1982. 

In closing Mr. Ralph Carpenter stated that he has planned to retire December 25, 
1977. He also gave us some growth increase in our growth in the Gaston Baptist 
Association, They are as follows: 

1950 Cooperative Program . $ 99,064.00 

1976 " " r V 657,969.00 

Increase of- $ 556,905.00 

1950 Associatinal Missions ■ $ 271.65 

1976 " " ' 79,875.00 

Increase of- $ 79,604.00 

1950 Total Missions . $ 173,931.00 

1976 " " 1,078,865.00 

Increase of- s^ ^^ ) $1,104,934.00 

1950 Total Gifts $1,007,991.00 

1976 " " - 6,254,139.00 

Increase of- $5,244,148.00 

F. Missions Committee: Mr. Raymond V/hite, Chairman, stated that the 
report consists of these items: 

(1) As way of information, we wish to inform the Association that 
there are two churches presently under the watchcare of the Association 



and we look forward to the day when these churches will be presented for 
membership. These two churches are Little Mountain Road, Gastonia 
and Maranatha, Bessemer City. 

(2) In way of recommendation, we wish to recommend that we accept 

into the fellowship of Gaston Baptist Association the following two 

churches: Christ Community, Gastonia and United Baptist, Belmont. 

Christ Community was founded in 1973 and presently is located at the 

former Cleveland Heights Baptist Church location. The Christ 

Community Church bought this property and have become and 

established church with 115 members. Brother Ralph Carson is pastor 

and the people have shown a cooperative spirit in the work of the 

Association and have contributed on a regular basis to the work of the 

State and Southern Baptist Convention. They are associated with no 

other group other than the Gaston Baptist Association, the State 

Convention of North Carolina, and the Southern Baptist Convention. 

United is to be located on a six acre tract of land on the 
Lowell-Betheseda Road. Plans are to begin building the first of 1978. 
Brother Sam Stevenson is pastor and they have 131 members at the 
present time. They too, have shown a spirit of cooperation and give 
support to the work of the Gaston Baptist Association as well s to the 
State and Southern Baptist Convention. 
The Missions Committee, along with our Superintendent of Missions, 
strongly feels that these two churches are missionary in spirit and cooperative in 
nature. 

In light of our monthly examination of their reports, the likeness of their 
constitutions unto our own, and the spirit we have discovered in their feDowship, 
we recommend their acceptance into Gaston Baptist Association. Following the 
recommendation, the Superintendent of Missions and the Moderator gave the 
members of the churches the right hand of fellowship. 

G. "The Crossroads". The Acteens from First Baptist Church, Belmont 
presented a short skit entitled "The Crossroads". This skit presented to us "The 
Way" the right way of salvation. 

H. The Moderator informed us that the calendars were available. Each 
church received 5 calendars. Also were available two books in paperback form 
written by two of our pastors in our association. One is entitled "Jesus and the 
Single Adults" by Dr. John Tresch. The other one is entitled "The Bible Speaks 
on Baptism of the Holy Spirit and Speaking in Tongues" by Rev. M. 0. Owens, Jr. 
Both books were published by the association. 
5. Organizational Reports: 

A. W.M.U. Report: Mrs. Delene Russell gave the report. She stated 
that the year has been very successful. There have been several activities for all 
age levels in the W. M. U. The Executive Council members received training at 
Ridgecrest and Mundo Vista in preparation to teach in the local churches when 
needed. She stated that last fall over 300 people attended the leadership 
conference. 

The Annual Association W.M.U. Meeting was held at Chapel Grove 
Baptist Church with around 300 in attendance. Mrs. CecH Thompson a misisonary 
in Argentina was the guest speaker. This inspiration from this foreign missionary 
gave us something to be along remembered. 

Our emphasis this year in W.M.U. is Bold Missions. At our 
Leadership Conference this fall w^e were challenged by three of our pastors to 
boldly commit ourselves to missions. We plan todo this by being available to your 
church for leadership training if there is a need in all age levels. Mrs. Russell 
challenged everyone present to help make this the best year for W.M.U. 



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B. Brotherhood: No report given. 

C. Church Traming: Rev. Worth Braswell stated that "M" Night will be 
November 28 at Chapel Grove Baptist Church. In preparation for the "M" Night, 
Rev. Braswell said that he would like for each church to have slides made of their 
church and for each church to make posters in each division of their church 
training. 

On October 3 there was a leadership session and the attendance was 
good. 

D. Sunday School: Mr. Harry McCall commended all the workers for 
their fine job they had done in the workshops. The theme for the Convention this 
year is "Better Teaching For More People". Mr. McCall stated that there are two 
workshops planned for this year. On August 28, 1978 there will be a workshop for 
Pastor and Staff Director Members. On September 26, 1978 there will be an 
Associational Sunday School Leadership Night for aU age levels. 

6. Mr. Jerry Watts led the congregation in singing "Amazing Grace" to the 
tune of "Oh, How I Love Jesus". 

7. South Mountain Camp: Mr. T. A. Lineberger reported tht the camp was 
doing good. He stated that prayer had become a vital part of the children's Hves. 
On November 12, they are having a School of Prayer at the Camp. This will be 
dealing with teaching people how to pray. 

8. Bold Mission Bible Conference: Mr. Harry McCall informed us that on 
March 27-30, 1978 there will be a Bold Mission Bible Conference in our association. 
This wiU be eight hours of Bible Study with people getting involved in missions 
and action taking place. 

Mr. McCall stated that he hoped we had 2,400 people in attendance. On 
November 21, there will be a meeting at the Associational building for all pastors 
and church leader person. They will be informed of all areas of the conference. 
They in return will go back to their church and get all Committee Chairman heads. 
By January 30, we will know how many churches are going to participate in this 
program. Then on February 17 there will be a Fellowship Supper for all 
Committee Chairmans from each church at Gardner Webb College. 

9. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Mr. Mack Pressley stated that a member of Alexis Baptist, Mrs. Pat 
Payne, 94 years old, has been attending associational meetings for about 60 

years. She was recognized by the Association. 

B. Mr. J. V. Lineberger has just completed 18 years as church clerk for 
First Baptist Church in Stanley. 

C. Mrs. Allred presented to the moderator tentative figures for the gifts 
that were given this year. All purpose gifts were $500,000.00 above those of last 
year and Mssion Giving was $200,000.00 above. 

D. Mr. Raymond WTiite commended the churches on their giving in the 
State Mission's Offering. In 1976 Gaston Association gave $11,501.00 and 
thus far in 1977 the amount is $22,350. Mr. White stated that Gaston 
Association is anticipating $40,000,00 in giving for State Missions. Mr. 
White also stated that November 14-16 the State Convention will be in 
Charlotte. We hope to have 1,000 in attendance from Gaston Association. 
Messenger cards are available to be filled out. 

(ed. Note: We actually had over 1,000. I was so proud!) 

10. Associational Missions: 

A. Executive Committee: Rev. James Revis gave the report in absence 
of Dr. Douglas Aldridge. It is as foUows: 

October, 1976: Heard the report that the financial arrangements had been 
made to sell the Superintendent the home in which he lived. 

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Transaction completed. Authorized approved help for 
Rosewood Lane to receive a grant from Missions Committee of 
the State Convention. 
November, 1976: Learned that cooperative program film "Born to Serve" was 
now available to the churches from the Association office. We 
began plans for the new CSM warehouse. 
December, 1976: Authorized preparation of a list of supply and interim pastors 
to be made available to the churches as they might have need. 
We learned of the great need for food, fuel and clothing because 
ofthe bad winter. 
January, 1977: Approved Yates Campbell taking advantage, of an opportunity 
for a mission trip to Jamaica and Haiti and the Domenican 
RepubKc to be paid for out of Convention Expense items in the 
Associational budget. We learned that tentative plans were 
under way for World Mission Conference in the Association 
March 1-4, 1979, and approved that Mr. Allred go ahead with 
arranging this. 
February, 1977: Received United Baptist Church under the watchcare of the 

Association. We discussed building of the warehouse. 
March, 1977: Heard Mr. Campbell report on his missionary journey. We 

learned tht several of our churches were in crisis and that a 
pastor had been asked to leave. They asked Mr. Allred to look 
into the problem that beset so many people and to come up with 
some help for churches in dealing with such matters. 
April, 1977: Adopted plans for building a 30' x 60' warehouse connected to 

the present building by a breezeway. Total cost to run 
approximately $30,000. (The building has been built and is not 
in use at this time., It was paid for without going to the 
churches fqr_additipnal monies but borrowing was done using 
$27,000 from the sale of the pastorium to the Allred's as 
security for the loan and payments were scheduled from the 
Associational budget. We approved publication of John 
Tresch's sermon delivered at the Singles Conference on "Jesus 
and the Single Adult". 
May, 1977: Approved plans to remodel the downstairs of the Association 

building to be paid for out of savings accruing to the warehouse 
fund which would not be needed to complete that work. 
June, 1977: Learned that the building is now on City Sewerage rather than 

its own septic tank. Approved the finishing of a 20' x 30' 
workspace heated and air-conditioned in the warehouse 
building. 
July, 1977: Approved number of overages in the budget which were 

occasioned by postal increases and cost increases not 
anticipated when the 1977 budget was prepared. 
August, 1977: Heard that Dr. Bruce Grubbs, Sunday School Board, was 
available to lead conference on "Churches in Conflict" and 
approved plans that one be set up in our Association for next 
January. This is in answer to previous request to Mr. Allred to 
do something about helping churches which were in conflict. 
We approved publication of M. 0. Owens work on "The Bible 
Speaks on Baptism of the Holy Spirit and Speaking in 
Tongues." 
September, 1977: On Recommendation of the Minister's Conference, approved a 
motion that the Association enter into Arrangements with 



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James Robinson group to hold a Crusade in Gaston County 
June 18-25, 1978 at Ashbrook Stadium. Mr. James Lowery, 
Chairman of Evangelism, was instructed to proceed with these 
plans. We heard of the need of the Ho5^t Roberts because of 
serious illness of Mrs. Roberts. Asked the Director of Missions 
to notify the churches of the special need and get response from 
■ them. The last page in the Advance Book of Reports gives a 
report of the work which 57 churches did in aleviating this 
distress. 

Received the Maranatha Baptist Mission under watchcare of 
the Association. We heard that the properties committee had 
completed the work of roofing and guttering the house which 
the Association owns next door to the Association building and 
that Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pilkington and family have been 
secured to live there and serve as night watchmen for the 
property. They wUl occupy the dwelling this weekend. 
Heard the report that The CSM Warehouse had been 
completed and was now in full operation in that program. 
Learned that basement renovation had begun and would be 
' completed in the near future. A delay has been experienced in 

the receipt of a large folding door which was needed to separate 
the rooms. 

B. Treasurer's Report: In the absence of Mr. Fred West, Mr. E. W. 
Brockman gave the treasurer's report. Mr. Brockman referred to the 
printed Treasurer's Report and moved its adoption. The auditor's 
statement is printed in these minutes and correlates with printed report 
which Mr. West provided in Advance Book of Reports. 

C. Finance Committee: Mr. Ray Helms, Chairman, presented the budget 
for 1977-78 and made a motion that the recommendation be accepted. Mr. 
Helms made reference to the 11% over last year's figures. It was so carried. 

11. According to Hoyle: Dr. Hoyle Allred, Superintendent of Missions, 
thanked each church for their support to the Association. He informed every one 
to be sure to make a change on their calendar because the churches were listed 
wrong on calendar. 

Dr. Allred also stressed the importance of our Bible Mission Bible 
Conference. He also hopes to have 2,400 people in attendance. 

Mr. Allred informed the people that God has allowed him to recover 
enough to work every day since the last annual meeting. 

12. Mrs. Peggy Evington presented a message in song entitled "He Smiled 
On Me". 

13. Dr. Norman Wiggins, President of Campbell College, brought an 
inspiring message on State Missions. 

14. The First Session was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Walter Long. A 
delicious meal was served and enjoyed by everyone. 

SECOND SESSION 

15. The evening session was open at 6:45 p.m. with the singing of "I Am 
Thine". 

16. Mrs. Dorothy Allred presented our worship service to us on spiritual 
growth in our lives. She spoke to us about prayer in our lives and what it should 
mean to us. 

17. Memorials: Mr. Mack Pressley read a list of the deceased members of 
our association. These names appear elsewhere in the minutes. {See Table of 

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Contents.) 

18. Mission Report: 

A. Foreign Mission: Mr. Hoyt Roberts, missionary to Honduras, talked 
to us briefly about the foreign mission work and how the people wanted to 
hear the good news of Jesus Christ. 

19. Mini-Skit: The W.M.U. from First Baptist Church, Belmont presented 
to us a musicical to honor Lottie Moon and Annie Armstrong, our special offerings 
at Easter and Christmas. 

20. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Librarian Report: Mrs. Johnnie Morton stated that we had an 
increase in the amount of material available for use by our churches, as well as the 
circulation of materials. Mrs. Morton said that Dr. Allred is now in the process of 
making a new set of Associational Slides entitled "Who Are Gaston Baptists." 
They will be about our history, how the work is done, our beliefs, and our hope for 
the future and will be available in the near future. 

Anthony Grove and Stowe Memorial are in the process of beginning new Media 
Centers / Libraries and that will be a total of 27 in our association. 
There will be an Media Center/ Library workshop at the Associational Building on 
January 23, 24, 26 of 1978. More information will be given out at a later date. We 
now have the following: 

360 Filmstrips 
23 Slide Sets 
6 Films ^ 

17 pieces of Equipment 
30 Tapes and Cassettes 

21. The choir of Alexis Baptist Church presented a message in song entitled 
"Tribute To An American," under the direction of Mrs. Martha Deason. 

22. Rev. Stanley Howard Preached the Annual Sermon. We regret that Mr. 
Howard did not preach from a manuscript to allow his message to be printed. The 
cassette tape was not clear enough for transcription. 

SECOND DAY - Chestnut Ridge Baptist 
October 21, 1977 

THIRD SESSION 

23. The Morning Session was opened with the hymn "He Keeps Me Singing" 
under the direction of Mr. Jerry Watts, director from Woodlawn Baptist Church. 

24. Mr. King, a member from Chestnut Ridge gave the welcome in the 
absence of the pastor. 

25. Mr. Kiser, gave the devotions taken from Ephesians the 3rd chapter. He 
also had the opening prayer. 

26. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Historian Report: Mr. J. D. Williams, Chairman, gave his report of 
the historical information of the churches in the association. This information is 
printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

B. Evangelism Report: Mr. James Lowery gave the report and 
recommended that the churches aim for two goals. (1) That each church 
participate in the James Robinson Crusade, June 18-25, 1978. (2) That each 
church have a Training Session for training people to be soul winners. 

27. Christian Social Ministries: 

A. Association Mission: Mrs. Wilma Stinnette, Caseworker, informed us 
that they had met the needs of 1,071 people. They have helped these people with 

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utilities, clothing, food, transportation, medicine, and other needs. Mrs. Stinnette 
informed us also that there needs to be contribution made to the food closet. They 
also need children's clothing. It should be clean and sized. Volunteers can be used 
to help sort clothes and help people with transportation. 

B. Baptist Hospital: Mr. Calvin Knight, representative from the hospital 
spoke to us briefly. He informed us that people are very impressed with the 
doctors professionalism and humanism. The people that are in contact with the 
patients make them feel very important. They use the personal touch. 

C. Children's Home: Mr. Charles Hodges, Editor of Charity and Children 
spoke to us briefly on the Children's Home. They have just set up emergency 
shelters to provide a ready resource for children who need help immediately. 
They keep the child up to ninety days. He informed us of the ChOd Development 
Center on the Mills Home Campus at Thomasville. This is a program which helps 
the churches who are interested in establishing services for preschool age children 
in nursery school education, day care and kindergarten. 

D. Homes for Aging: Mr. Bill Poole, Executive Director, spoke to us on 
what is going on in the Home for the Aging. He stated that the North Carolina 
Baptist are involved in an effective and expanding ministry with many of these 
faithful soldiers of service to God= One of the keenest interest was the 
ground-breaking service for the new Western North Carolina Baptist Home. It 
wall accommodate 50 people. Another venture is the construction of four duplex 
apartments at the site of the Hayes Home in Winston Salem. These apartments 
will care for 16 additional persons. 

The resources through the Cooperative Program and February offering supply 
35% of the total budget of the Homes. They are used continually to supplement 
the care of the majority of the residents who cannot pay theii* full cost of care. Mr. 
Poole said that he felt like praising the I^ord for the work that is being done. 

E. Biblical Recorder: Mr. Woodrow Hill stated that the Bold Mission 
theme has been adopted. This means that we want to reach everyone on the face 
of the earth and tell them about Jesus Christ. He informed us that the BibKcai 
Recorder tells us about what is happening and the response to the problems. Mr. 
Hill said that God is working in a very unique v/ay. 

28. Christian Education: Dr. Craven Williams spoke to us on Christian 
Education in our colleges. It is stated as follows: 

THE CHURCH IN HIGHER EDUCATION 

by Dr. Craven WilKams 
President, Gardner Webb College 

• j^ ]^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^"^^ ^"^ ^ ^^® humdrum of my office, I am often 
remmded that those of us in your seven Baptist coUeges are constantly dealing in 
futures. Now, dealmg in futures is a risky business, especially when concerns of 
the present must also be accommodated, and it is especially risky with today's 
crop of coUege and university students who, for good reason, are astonishingly 
different from their predecessors. These are the first human being to be reared 
rfl ^ ^ *^^® parents -- mom and dad, and the third parent, television Mom 
and dad taught them their special things, and television taught them its special 
thing: to thmk world. From the very beginning of their lives, tray's college 
students were taught to think, not just about my community, or my state, or even 
my country. They have been thinking world ever since they were bom, and just 
look what has happened in the world since they were born. When today's colleee 
seniors were: ^ ^ 

Less than one year old the Soviet Union launched the world's first artificial 
earth satelhte initiating the space age with Sputnik; 

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Four years old, John Kennedy was elected President and the Peace Corps 
began affecting the world; 

Five years old, the United States special forces moved into Viet Nam to 
teach gorilla warfare; 

Six years old, John Glenn orbited the world. 

Since then, in rapid succession, have followed racial ambushes, politicl 
assassinations, international snipping, national corruption, and computerized 
romances. This generation thinks, indeed knows, a man can do anything he wants. 

In astronomy the student learns how infinitesimal is the earth and its 
universe, and the universe among the galaxies. In geology he learns that the 
earth is so old it staggers the imagination. In chemistry he learns how to perform 
miracles. In mathematics he plots a trip to the moon, and in physics he makes it 
possible. Yet, despite all these thrilling things we have decided that these 
achievements are not enough. There must be something more, a greater, grander 
mission. 

Every generation of Americans has had its own great mission, its own great 
work to perform for its present as it simultaneously prepared for its future. In the 
18th century the mission was to found the nation. In the 19th century it was 
conquering the wilderness and settling the land. We come in our time to defining 
what our great task is. Many of us feel that the task of our generation is to make 
this highly technological, highly progressive, highly industrialized society of ours 
a livable, lovable society for all. 

We live today in an age when forces never before knowm cease not day or 
night to attempt to destroy the framework of our world. Our generation is trying 
to politic its way to happiness, war its way to peace, spend its way to prosperity, 
and pay its way to heaven. Latent militarism denies the existence of Almighty 
Gk)d. Radical extremists of the left and right distort truth in any form. Radio and 
television yelp and babble the clock around to persuade us that our salvation lies 
in buying one more dreary gadget which will make us either the last word in 
glamor or the first word in deodorized popluarity. It is to this kind of world that 
our church must witness today and tomorrow, and many of us feel that the 
colleges offer the church its best means of reaching out. How do we combat these 
conditions? It is our belief that if the problems of society are the problems of 
people, then the solutions for society are solutions which involve people. Just look 
at the people problems we must face: 

1. How can the complexities of societal living allow room for legally trained 
minds founded on basic ethical principles? Ask the faculty and students at 
Campbell's new law school. 

2. How can we maintain technological progress without losing sight of 
aesthetic values? Ask the students and faculty of Chowan College's Graphic Arts 
and Photography Program. 

3. Will we be able to keep human values alive in our machine-filled world? 
Look to Gardner- Webb's philosophers and poets for the answer. 

4. How can we enhance employment opportunities for young people within 
the context of the liberal arts? Ask the Mars Hill faculty which designed a 
competency based curriculum. 

5. Will we be able to maintain our high standard of living and avoid 
depressions? It depends on whether colleges like Meredith can supply business 
and government with inventive, imaginative, and far-sighted persons and ideas. 

6. Will we find a cure for cancer, arthritis, and the common cold? It depends 
on the faculties and graduates of Wake Forest's science and medical programs. 

7. Where will we find engineers and city planners who combine human 
needs with technological exploitation. Ask the students and faculties involved in 
such studies at Wingate College. 

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Everyone, it seems, from the impoverished but aspiring black to the mother 
who wants her children to be emotionally healthy sees colleges like ours as 
deliverer today. 

But you know this task which we have undertaken is not so high and lofty 
and complicated. Indeed, it is fundamentally a very elementary kind of task, a 
task which in the final analysis deals only with a matured version of those first 
awkward questions asked by the young child as he rushes into the kitchen or the 
family room and tugs on an apron or a coat-tail and says: 

1. Daddy, where did I come from? Ask Campbell College's professors of 
Religion. 

2. Mommy, what makes a star twinkle? Ask the scientists at Chowan 
College. 

3. Who is God? Ask the theologians at Gardner-Webb College. 

4. Why is blood red? Ask the biologists at Mars Hill College. 

5. Why does the sun set? Ask the astronomers at Meredith College. 

6. Why are some people poor? Ask the sociologists at Wake Forest. 

7. Why is Johnny mean and Sarah sweet? Ask the psychologists at Wingate 
College. 

In the final analysis, you see, all we are doing on the coUegiate level within 
the context of the Christian faith is dealing with the very fundamental childlike 
questions which have plagued humanity from the very beginning. This is the task 
of your seven Baptist Colleges. We do no always do it right, but our intentions are 
always proper. We do not always do it quickly, but our procedures are sound. We 
are not always successful, but our perseverance never lags. 

But there is more, one thing more, and a very important thing it is. This can 
perhaps best be illustrated for all seven colleges by reference to a situation at 
Gardner-Webb. On May 6, 1905, the congregation of Boiling Springs Baptist 
Church voted to offer "the old church house and two acres of land" for the 
establishment of a denominational school in the area. I think it is quite significant 
that the Boiling Springs Baptist Church voted to contribute not only the two acres 
of land, but also the old church house. That suggests to me very clearly that our 
purpose at Gardner- Webb is not only to provide a first rate educationa] program 
on that two acres of land, but also to provide that educational program within the 
context of the values for which the church stands. In other words, our program is 
to reflect the ideals and the faith which had previously been expressed 
worshipfuUy within that old church house. 

If we are to justify the gift of the old church house as well as the two acres of 
land, then we must deal not only with facts, and figures, and information, but also 
with outlooks on life. We must make people aware of the meaning of life and 
creation, not just the statistics of life. We must recognize and readily point out 
that there is more than the human dimension in education; there is the divine. 

What is the use of studying botany and knowing the secrets of plants and 
flowers unless one pushes on beyond the flower in the crannied wall to that 
flower's meaning in God. What is the use in studying astronomy and mastering 
the secret of the orderly serenity of the stars unless one sees that the hevens 
declare the glory of God and the fermament showeth His handiwork. What is the 
use in studying history and mastering the long story of humanities struggle to be 
free from tyrants and cruel forces without sesing that God's truth is marching on. 
The curriculum of Gardner- Webb College must strt with facts, but end with 
meanings. It begins with things that are seen, and ends with the eternal, which 
neither eye have seen nor ear heard. 

Furthermore, if we are to justify the gift of the old church house, our campus 
lifestyle must reflect something of those values. At Gardner-Webb I think they 
very clearly do. For instance: 



1. We worship together every week--and often several times during the 

week. 

2. We continue to require religious studies. We have not decreased that 
requirement. I think that is perhaps why we have over 325 pre-ministerial 
students. I think that is why we have more than three fourths of our student body 
Baptists and why most of them are from North Carolina. 

3. We spend time with our students, counseling, as well as teaching. 
Sometimes I think we spend too much time, but our students have needs outside 
the classroom that I hate to ignore. 

4. We have campus and residence rules which may seem outmoded to some, 
and old fashioned to others, but we think they make sense for a college which 
seriously wishes to reflect values for which the church stands. 

5. As an example to ou commitment to a service ministry within higher 
education, we have opened all of our programs to deaf students, for we see in this 
another means for the church through higher education to reach out to another 
group of people; and there are over 12,000 prevocational deaf in North Carolina 
alone. 

One more point to be made here, at Gardner-Webb College we conduct all of 
our programs, all of our activities, build all of our buildings with private funds. 
We do not seek or accept government funding for any activity operated by the 
college. We believe that to be the Baptist way. 

It is our feeling that only through the conduct of an educational program of 
the first order within the context of the Christian faith, which has tangible as well 
as intangible elements, that Gardner- Webb College en justify the gift of two acres 
of land and the old church house. 

On behalf of my colleagues in the seven colleges and Dr. Robert Mullinax 
with the Council on Christian Higher Education, I want to express our gratitude 
for the magnificent mission you have given to us, and the support through the 
Cooperative Program which has enabled us to press on with the task at hand. 

29. What the Churches are doing in Bold Mission Thrust? Mack Pressley 
spoke on Bold Mission Thrust then Mrs. Dot Allred spoke to us concerning Bold 
Study. Rev. B. I. Epting then came and talked to us about Bold Giving by Women, 
Children, Men, and God. Rev. James Lowery then came and spoke to us on Bold 
Witnessing. He used the slogan "everyone win one". 

30. Business: Mr. Mack Pressley appointed the committee on committees. 
They are: Mr. Bob Baynard, Chairman; Mr. Billy Smith, Mr. Billy Miller, Mr. 
Hoyle Alexander, Mr. Charles Spence, Mr. Larry Issac, Mr. J. H. Mauldin, and 
Mrs. Buren Neill. 

31. Worship: Mrs. Peggy Hovis and her brother Mike McGee had our 
worship in music. They sang for us "Something Beautiful" and "He Changed the 
Water Into Wine". 

32. The doctrinal Sermon was preached by Rev. B. I. Epting, pastor of 
Calvary Baptist Church. (This is printed elsewhere in the minutes.) Before the 
sermon was delivered Rev. Epting's daughter, Myra, presented a message in song 
entitled "He's Counting on You'. At the end of the sermon Myra Epting sang 
"Send Me, Lord, Send Me". 

33. Resolutions Committee: Mr. Flay Payne gives the following report of 
this committee: 

Having been blessed and challenged in this 59th annual session of the Gaston 
Baptist Association; and sensing the presence and leadership of God in both the 
program and theme "Bold Mission Thrust", be it therefore resolved: 

1. That we thank God for every blessing and challenge, and commit ourselves 
to the task he has given us. 



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2. That we appreciate the program prepared by our program committee. 

3. That we commend our good moderator, R. Mack Pressley, for the 
gracious manner in which he presided during this session and for all of his 
leadership and services. 

4. That we express our appreciation for the fine music, messages, reports, 
skits and discussions that made this meeting interesting, helpful and challenging. 

5. That we extend to the Pastors and membership of the host churches - 
Alexis and Chestnut Ridge - our gratitude for their warm hospitality and most 
adequate provisions. 

6. That we appreciate the excellent leadership of our Director of Missions 
and especially admire his courage, faith and commitment as he continues to 
overcome and serve in the spirit of Philippians 4:13. 

7. That we are grateful for all of our associational staff and leadership and 
the fine work being done. 

8. That in the light of the present challenge and need of our world, we 
through prayer and every other effort seek to meet the needs of our generation. 

34. The Fifty-Ninth Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was 
dismissed in prayer by Mr. M. 0. Owens, Jr., pastor of Parkwood Baptist Church. 



October 13, 1977 



The Executive Committee 
Gaston Baptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



We have examined the statement of cash receipts and disbursements of the 
General Fund of the Gaston Baptist Association for the church year ended 
September 30, 1977. 

Our examination of recorded cash transactions was made in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such tests of the 
accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered 
necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement presents fairly the cash receipts 
and disbursements of the Gaston Baptist Association for the year ended 
September 30, 1977. 



NOTE: 

The figures and balances are reconciled to the Treasurer's Report given to the 
Association in the Advance Book of Reports. It reflects the financial condition of 
the Association correctly. The figures which follow are the Auditor's Report. 

Fred D. West 
Treasurer 



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QJ^SlOn BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1977 



Cash receipts: 

Contributions from churches; 
Designated 
Budget 

Interest received 

Baptist State Convention 

Sales tax refund 

All other gifts and receipts 



Disbursements: 
Christian Social Ministries: 
Relief 

Deaf ministry 
New work 

VBS for retarded 
Literary Council 
Volunteer program 
Annual workshop 

Personnel expense: 
Superintendent of Missions-salary 

Housing and utilities 

Convention 

Travel 

Health, life, disability 

Retirement 

Social security 
CSM Director-salary 

Housing and utilities 

Travel 

Health, life, disability 

Social security 

Truck insurance 

Retirement 

Special travel (convention) 
Case worker-salary 

Life and disability 

Ridgecrest HM week 

Social security 
Promotional secretary-salary 

Life and disability 

Ridgecrest HM week 

Social security 
Office secretary-salary 

Life and disability 

Ridgecrest HM week 

Social security 
Custodian-salary 

Social security 
Librarian-salary 

Ridgecrest librarian's conference 
Extra secretarial help-salary 

Social security 
Clerk-salary 
Travel 



$ 5,104.89 




89,689.73 






$ 94,794.62 




1,617.41 




588.00 




239.39 




5,730.99 




$102,970.41 


Budget 


Actual 


$ 3,500.00 


$ 3,500.00 


100.00 


74.20 


400.00 


400.00 


150.00 


83.99 


150.00 


150.00 


500.00 


472.43 


400.00 


400.00 


9.480.00 


9,480.00 


3.900.00 


3.900.00 


450.00 


450.00 


1,650.00 


1,650.00 


1,520.00 


1,520.00 


1,200.00 


1.200.00 


782.73 


782.73 


8.250.00 


6,470.01 


3,900.00 


150.00 


1,500.00 




1,056.00 




710.78 


710.78 


113.20 


113.20 


1,215.00 




300.00 


300.00 


$ 5.480.00 


$ 5,461.28 


81.00 


28.77 


100.00 


100.00 


320.58 


326.79 


7,200.00 


7,200.03 


100.00 


90.50 


100.00 


100.00 


421.20 


421.31 


6.900.00 


6,873.34 


81.00 


106.18 


100.00 


100.00 


403.65 


394.29 


2,340.00 


2,357.38 


136.89 


126.32 


200.00 


200.00 


100.00 


100.00 


1.000.00 


1,060.00 


60.00 




300.00 


300.00 


520.00 


529.75 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1977 



Disbursements: (continued) 

Organizational and educational ministry-: 
Woman's Missionary Union 
Brotherhood 
RA track and baseball 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Associational Ministers 
Annual meeting ' -- 

Stewardship promotion 
Evangel ism 
Visual aids 
Seminary extension 
Campground Ministry 

Service Ministry: 
Calendars and bulletins 
Office supplies ' • 

Postage and business expense 
New equipment and maintenance 

Buildings and equipment: 
Utilities 
Insurance 

Maintenance on buildings 
Janitonal and kitchen supplies 

Debt retirement: 

Debt retirement (loanj 

Contingency fund: 
Miscellaneous and Christmas bonuses 

Warehouse fund: 
Warehouse fund 



Designated funds 

Excess of receipts over disbursements 
Cash balance, October 1, 1976 
Cash balance, September 30, 1977 



Budget 



Actua" 



1,500.00 


1.453.45 


300.00 


416.93 


600.00 


632.98 


375.00 


600.42 


500.00 


499.29 


1,150.00 


1.150.00 


375.00 


375.00 


100.00 


100.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


675.00 


671.63 


400.00 


400.00 



$ 2,900.00 $. 3,118.42 

1,900.00 2,031.83 

2,200.00 2,082.82 

500.00 655.06 



4,150.00 4,521.82 

500.00 263.50 

1,200.00 1,200.00 

290.00 321.50 



2,486.95 



1.000.00 



2,575.22 



1,000.00 



10.000.00 7.423.23 

$101,773.99 $ 90,676.38 

11,126.20 10,836.87 
$112,900.19 



$101,513.25 
1,457.16 
1,886.19 

$ 3,343.35 



Cash accounted for as follows: 

First Union National Bank, Gastonia. North Carolina 



$ 3,343.35 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 



1977 



Received for budget contributions: 
Alexander Memorial 
Alexis 

Anthony Grove 
Belmont, First 
Belmont, East 
Berea 

Bessemer City, First 
Bessemer City, Second 
Bethany 
Bethel 
Bethlehem 
Bingham 
Calvary 

Catawba Heights 
Cedar Grove 
Centerview 
Chapel Grove 
Cherryville, First 
Cherryville, Second 
Chestnut Ridge 
Christ's Cormunity Church 
Cormunity 
Cramerton, First 
Cramerton, West 
Dallas 
Fairview 

Faith, Bessemer City 
Faith, Gastonia 
Flint Groves 
Fraley Memorial 
Friendship 
Gamble Hill 
Gaston 

Gastonia, East 
Gastonia, First 
Gateway 
Grace 
Hardin 

Hickory Grove 
High Shoals 
Holland Memorial 
Lakeview 

Little Mountain Road 
Long Creek Mission 
Long Creek Memorial 
Loray 

Love Memorial 
Lowell, First 
McAdenville 
Maranatha Mission 
Macedonia 
Midway 
Mount Beulah 
Mount Holly, First 
Mount Holly, Second 
Mount Zion 
Mountain View 
New Heights 
New Hope 



Designated 


Budget 


$ 


$ 325.00 




1,475.00 




505.25 


20.00 


2.186.28 




1,380.99 


20.00 


1,777.41 




500.00 




25.00 




75.00 




100.00 


100.00 


1,171.08 


60.33 


300.00 




875.23 




500.00 


1.00 


175.00 


10.00 


1,230.00 


576.14 


3,685.00 




1,642.15 




204.00 


10.00 


330.00 


42.00 


130.00 


238.25 


917.97 


25.00 


1,318.25 




1,708.38 


25.00 


1,399.80 


10.00 


695.50 




93.68 


50.00 


208.00 




2,500.00 


15.00 


733.29 




650.00 




153.18 




296.31 




1,960.25 




5,000.00 




435.49 


100.00 


1,303.11 




598.88 


300.00 


1,000.00 


503,00 


607.00 




250.56 


30.00 


132.00 




117.05 


$ 35.00 


$ 




2,200.00 


20.00 


2,795.23 


25.00 


825.00 


89.20 


319.87 




1,336.34 


25.00 




25.00 


484.53 




45.00 


544.40 


917.25 




2,244.00 


25.00 


500.00 


29.00 


1,766.60 




20.00 




1,097.63 


15.00 


921.95 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1977 



Received for budget contributions: (continued) 

New Life-Belmont 

New Life-Stanley 

North Main Street 

Northside 

Oak Grove 

Parkwood 

Plainview 

Providence 

Rankin Lake 

Ranlo 

Ridge 

Ridgeview 

Riverside 

Robinwood 

Rosewood Lane 

Salem - ■ 

Sandy Plains 

Shady Grove 

South Marietta Street 

South Point 

Southside Chapel - . 

Springfield . . , 

Stanley, First 

Stowe Memorial 

Sunneyside 

Sunset Memorial ^ / 

Taylor Memorial 

Temple 

Trinity 

Tuckaseegee 

Unity, Belmont 

Unity, Gastonia 

Victory 

Webb's Cnapel 

West Franklin 

Woodlawn 

United Baptist-Belmont 



. Desionated 


Budget 


25.00 


33.60 


10.00 


669.76 




104.00 




300.00 




75.00 


825.00 


2,210.00 




205.00 




2,011.31 


344.53 


700.00 


23.73 


1,100.00 




1,287.00 




505.00 




777.45 


38.65 


309.06 


20.00 






647.64 


15.00 


900.00 


10.00 


1,335.38 




1,500.00 


35.41 


502.74 


27.00 


449.50 




286.02 


300.00 


1,400.00 


10.00 


600.00 


52.25 


649.96 




1,121.00 


100.00 


1.717.96 


$ 


$ 1,200.00 




172.15 


25.00 


1,125.00 


100.00 


354.00 


30.00 


3,422.72 




2,099.16 




178.59 


20.00 


1.093.24 


25.00 


1,800.00 




703.00 


^ 5,104.89 


$ 89,689.73 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
September 30,1977 

NOTE 1: Other funds are held by Gaston Baptist Association in addition to 

the General Working Fund included in these statements. These include 
a Warehouse Fund and monies on hand from the sales of the Parsonage 
and Cleveland Heights Church. : 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
DURING ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

If your church does not appear below, it is because we did not receive the 
information before the associational meeting or it was not on your letter. 

Alexander Memorial - Spent $25,000 for remodeling 

Belmont, East - Youth went on 2nd Mission tour to Migrant center at Rich 

Square, N.C. teaching VBS, and using Puppet Ministry. New chairs for 

Adult 2 was purchased, and the new Hymnal purchased for auditorium. 
Berea - Paid cash for new piano. Paid off all church debts. 
Bessemer City, Second - Started radio ministry. 
Calvary - Recreation area developed, Mike Lowery called as Summer Youth 

worker, Rev. J. A. Hudson, former Pastor honored. Dr. Charles Gatwood, 

State Music Director speaker for Choir Appreciation day. Rev. Roy Snell, 

Indonesia Missionary. 
Catawba Heights - Called an Assoc, pastor, minister of youth. Bought 2 acres of 

land to expand in future. 
Chapel Grove - Bus Ministry. 
CherryviDe First - Ordained Norris Beam, Lay renewal Emphasis revival. Single 

adult Ministry. 
Chestnut Ridge - Ordained and called as pastor to Trinity Baptist Church Mr. 

Keith WiUiams. 
Community - State building committee has helped us get plan drawn for new 

church and educational building with hopes of starting building program 

soon. 
Flint Groves - Purchased house and lot adjoining church property. 
Gastonia, First - Publishing of history of first one-hundred years. Procedures to 

develop recreational facilities (Family Life Center) 
Gateway - Church Activity bus. Puppet ministry. 
High Shoals First - Dedicated New stained glass windows in sanctuary. Paved 

and curbed parking lot. 
Holland Memorial - Annual Homecoming observed on August 28, 1977. 
Loray - Renovation of missionary residence completed. First missionary family 

moved in - the Rev. Hoyt M. Roberts family. 
Love Memorial - Pastor retired-presented program of This Is Your Life. 

Presented parsonage to Pastor and wife as a retirement gift. 
LoweU First - ChUdren's building and remodeling completed. Dedication and 

Open House, June 5, 1977. 
Mt. Zion - Hired New Minister of Music & youth. J. L. Wright honored as Deacon 

Emeritus, 50 yrs. Baptized 3 generations in one family, 2 sons, their father 

and their grandfather. 
New Heights Baptist - Celebration 1st year in building. First Homecoming. 
North Main Baptist - Dedicated fellowship building to Rev. & Mrs. E. D. Wells. 

Obtained new church pews and pulpit furniture. 
Northside - Organized Mission Friends, RA's, GA's, & BYW. 
Plainview - Pastors study furnished and decorated. Raymond Walters ordained 

for the ministry. Raymond Walters called as pastor. Prayer group 
organized and named in memory of Rev. Paul Reeves. 
Providence - Built a two-story educational unit to provide an office complex, two 

spacious nurseries, and 19 more classrooms. Dedicated same on April 24, 

1977. 
Robinwood - Awning over doors. Light fixtures, put down tile in bathrooms, halls 

and fellowship building. Insulation in church. Paid off Church debt. 



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Sandy Plains - Annual Homecoming. 

Seventh Ave. - Pay off of Church Bond debt Sept. 11, 1977. Homecoming Day. 

South Marietta St. - Groundbreaking Day for new Building 5-29-77. 

Springfield - Brotherhood started. 

Stowe Memorial - Church library started. VBS nightly - attendance 125. Annual 

Homecoming 2nd Sunday in October. Young Peoples Ministry. Renovated 

parsonage. Started Senior Citizens Club. New pastor, New music Director. 

Re-instated ministry to nursing homes. Youth group retreats. 
Taylor Memorial - New church built and dedicated during this church year. 
Unity, Gastonia - A covered walkway was built connecting three buildings. 
Woodlawn - Began our Jubilee Celebration - July 28, 1977. 
Mt. Holly First - Allan Sinclair called as pastor of the East Chapel Misison. David 

and Jean Nesnow called as interim music ministers. 



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HISTORY OF THE ALEXIS BAPTIST CHURCH 



Prior to the organization of the Alexis Baptist Church, services were held 
beneath a brush arbor located near the residence of Coleman Franklin Abernathy. 
Here the first Sunday School was organized and an occasional preaching service 
was held. Later, services were conducted in the village's first public school 
building. Among those ministers who preached in the arbor and school house 
were J. A. Hoyle, P. W. Bangle, C. M. Ervin and James Heavenor. 

The Alexis Baptist Church had its beginning with the Twentieth Century. 
Under the leadership of Rev. C. M. Ervin the church was organized in 1903. The 
charter members came principally from Mt. Zion Church in Lincoln County. A 
deacon and leader in the organization of the Church, Coleman Franklin 
Abernathy, donated one acre of beautifully elevated land in the center of his farm 
on which to erect a church building. The building was completed in 1904 under 
leadership of the second pastor. Rev. C. W. Payseur. 

The Church Cemetery was begun in 1915 with the grave of W. H. 
Abernathy. In 1938, under Pastor S. M. Stroupe, the first educational building 
was erected. Under leadership of W. C. Hill the present building was erected in 
1951. The Fellowship Building was added in 1953 by the Young Men's Class. 
Under leadership of Pastor Ernest Mehaffey, the present education wing was 
added in 1961. Three additional acres of land were donated in 1968 by Lula 
Lineberger Estate. The Community and Recreational facilities were completed in 
1973 under leadership of Pastor Stanley Howard. 

During the history of the Church it has had 21 pastors, as follows: C. 
M.Ervin, C. E. Payseur, C. A. Caldwell, C. M. Robinison, J. A. Hoyle, J. D. Moose, 
C. P. Abernathy, W. B. McClure, W. W. Rimmer, A. W. Setzer, W. C. Barrett, 
Hoyle Love, R. G. Short, W. T. Baucom, S. M. Stroupe, L. M. Canipe, L. A. 
McClure, W. C. Hill, Charles Neal/ Ernest A. Mehaffey, and Stanley K. Howard 
who has been pastor since 1965. 

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In 1912 Rev. C. A. Lineberger became the first man to be ordained by the 
Church to the Gospel Ministry. Others ordained since that time have been W. F 
Huggins, S. M. Stroupe, Billy R. MiHer and Blair Little. 

The church has grown from a membership of 22 at the time of organization in 
1903 to its Dresent membership of 643 in 1977. 




m STORY OF CHESTNUT RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH 

A Small group of Christians held their first meeting October 6, 1956. Plans 
were made and the name chosen. The church was organized the 16th of 
December, 1956. Rev. W. L. (Dale) Thomburg was called as the first pastor. He 
served until April, 1964. The first building was begun on November 13, 1956, and 
was completed in February 1957. The first service was held February 3, 1957. 

Rev. Mitchell Pruitt was called as pastor in June, 1964, after having served 
as interim pastor from May, 1964. The church debt was paid off in the fall of 1964. 
A pastorium was started that same fall and was finished in February, 1965. 

The church outgrew the first building and a new auditorium was built. We 
held the first service there February 12, 1966. This building was torn down in 
1975. The church built a new sanctuary including a full basement. We held the 
first service there Easter Sunday March, 1975. The new sanctuary was dedicated 
April 20, 1975 with Hoyle Allred and Yates Campbell of the Gaston Baptist 
Association bringing the messages. 



CHURCH DIRECTORY 

of 
Officers not Included in Tables 

MISSIONS 

East Chapel Rev. Allan Sinclair, Mount Holly, First 

Long Creek Rev. Harold File, Long Creek Memorial 

CHURCHES UNDER WATCHC ARE 

Maranatha Baptist Mission Rev. Johnnie R. Perry 

Little Mountain Road Rev. Charles Bingham 

RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Alexander Memorial Rev. C. C. Roberts, Mt. Holly 

Belmont First Rev. Walter Long, Belmont 

Chapel Grove Rev, L. E. Bookout, Gastonia 

Rev. William Lanier, Gastonia 

Cherryville First Rev. Z. W. Settlemeyer, Cherry ville 

Dallas Rev. Hubert Huggins, Dallas 

Friendship Rev. A. P. Millen, Belmont 

Long Creek Memorial Rev. 0. R. Costner, Gastonia 

Love Memorial Rev. John Kinnaman, Gastonia 

Lowell, First Rev. G. 0. Wilkerson, Lowell 

Mt. Holly, First Dr. E. L. Spivey, Mt. Holly 

Northside Rev. C. V. Garver, Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Rev. Robert R. Cook, Gastonia 

Second, Bessemer City Rev. R. C. Franks, Bessemer City 

Stowe Memorial Rev. James Penleton, Cramerton 

Temple Rev. S. Guy Walker, Gastonia 

Rev. Oscar Bolch, Gastonia 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Alexis Harry Hand, Alexis 

Bessemer City, First William P. Bumgardner, Bessemer City 

Bingham James Jordan, Bessemer City 

Curtis England, Bessemer City 

Cherryville First Norris Beam, Cherryville 

Dallas Clyde High, Dallas 

Gastonia, First Dean Jones, Gastonia 

Clarence Eden, Jr., Gastonia 

Loray Hoyt M. Roberts, Gastonia 

Lowell, First Harold Medlocl, Gastonia 

McAdenville David Morris, McAdenville 

Maranatha Bobby Setzer, High Shoals 

Mt. Zion Michael Staton, Cherryville 

New Hope Yates Campbell, Gastonia 

Northside John E. Boyd, Gastonia 

Parkwood James Howard Smith, Gastonia 

Hoyle T. Allred, Gastonia 

Plainview Lloyd B. Hales, Dallas 

Sandy Plains Billy C. Hoffman, Gastonia 

South Marietta Street Baptist Bruce Treece, Louisville, Ky. 

Springfield Jerry Mobley, Dallas 



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Stanley, First S. 0. Brandon, Stanley 

Stowe Memorial F, E. Edens, Charlotte 

Unity, Belmont David Poteat, Durham 

Unity, Gastonia Edwin Jackson, Dallas 

Victory Robert Grigg, Gastonia 

Woodlawn J. T. Stafford, Lowell 

. J. N. Grant, Lowell 

Eugene Knight, Lowell 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Belmont First Jim Briley, Belmont 

Berea • ■ • Fred McMurray, Jr., Gastonia 

Bethlehem Matthew Crowley, Gastonia 

Raymond Hamrick, Boiling Springs 

James Monroe, Gastonia 

Fain Farmer, Gastonia 

Bessemer City First Curtis Camp, Raleigh 

Bessemer City Second Bob Grigg, Bessemer City 

Dennie Badger, Kings Mountain 

Catawba Heights Bill Wrenn, Gastonia 

Bill Ewing, Mt. Holly 

Floyd Loftin, Belmont 

Roger Mercer, Mt. Holly 

- Benny Barron, Mt. Holly 

James Stancil, Belmont 

Chapel Grove Gary Gregg, Gastonia 

Jeff Messer, Dallas, Texas 
Ron Hartsell, Gastonia 

Cherry ville. First Broderick Chapman, Cherry ville 

Chestnut Ridge Oscar Gleen, Jr., Bessemer City 

Wray Canipe, Kings Mountain 

. RocheU Conner, Kings Mountain 

Jerry Gantt, Lima, Texas 

Cramerton West W. C. Waters, Lowell 

Cecil Phillips, Gastonia 

Dallas Barron W. Lee, Dallas 

Faith, Bessemer City John Buchanan, Bessemer City 

Flint Groves Alex Stewart, Gastonia 

Gastonia First Don Marston, Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial Tony Lee McCombs, Gastonia 

Tommy Bouldin, Gastonia 

Gateway Walter Boyd, Dallas 

High Shoals, First J. M. Shelton, Lincolnton 

Lakeview Dan Tallent, McAdenville 

Maranatha W. B. Kuykendall, Bessemer City 

Midway A. A. Sipe, Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Lanny Cook, Bessemer City 

Tim Phillips, Boiling Springs 

Harold Springfield, Bessemer City 

Jerry Clark, Bessemer City 

Mt. Zion Jerry R. Lail, Cherryville 

New Life, Stanley Fred Heafner, Iron Station 

Northside Johnny Heath, Gastonia 

Providence Bill Hottel, Gastonia 



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Ridgeview David Helton, Mt. Holly 

Riverside John Meeler, Cramerton 

Robinwood Charles Avery Bradley, Gastonia 

Salem Jan Mitchell 

i John Creasman 

Raymond Franklin 

Sandy Plains Grover Willis, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Rex Lovin, Gastonia 

South Marietta Street Randy C. Bridges, Ft. Worth, Texas 

Southside Artie Parker, Gastonia 

Sunset Forest Gary Rankin, Mt. Holly 

Stanley First Eli J. Brown, Stanley 

Trinity Ben Neal, Bessemer City 

Tuckaseege W. T. Puckett, Jr., Mt. Holly 

Unity Belmont Dennis Connell, Belmont 

Victory Ronnie Withers, Gastonia 

West Franklin Boyce Booth, Gastonia 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS OR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Belmont, East Gerald A. Campbell 

Bessemer City, Second Bob Grigg 

Bethany Dickey Hannah 

Cherryville, First Albert Leath, Jr. 

Gastonia, First Charles B. Summey 

Loray Love Dixon 

Mt. Holly, First Harry McCall 

Oak Grove David L. Beam 

South Marietta Wm. W. Johnson 

Stanley, First James F. Adams 

Unity, Gastonia Herman Motsinger 

YOUTH DIRECTORS 

Berea Fred McMurray 

Calvary Mike Lowery 

Catawba Richard Brown 

Chapel Grove Terry Usery 

Cherryville, First Carl R. Givens 

Dallas Allan B. Putnam 

Gastonia, East Sam Lowery 

Gastonia, First Calvin Dellinger 

Loray Don C. Benfield 

Mt. Beulah Judy Cook 

Mt. Zion Donna Staton 

Mt. Holly, Second Lonnie Hoyle 

New Heights John Cockrell 

Rankin Lake John Harper 

Stowe Memorial Pam Martin 

Unity, Gastonia James Kilgore 

Victory Danny Elmore 

West Franklin Donna Deal 

Woodlawn Jerry Watts 



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RECREATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Alexis Alan Hipp 

Belmont, East Gerald A. Campbell 

Gastonia, First Calvin Bellinger 

Holland Memorial Mrs. Audrey Ballard 

Lakeview Benjamin Shelton 

Mt. Holly, First Frank McClean 

Stanley, First Lawrence L. Capps 

Sunset Forest Debbie Stone 

Trinity Ivery Nolan 

SECRETARIES 

Alexis Kay B. Sisk 

Anthony Grove Gene Newton 

Belmont, First Shirley Bowen 

Belmont, East Patsy Campbell 

Berea Darlene Caldwell 

Bessemer City, First Katherine Guiton 

Bessemer City, Second Jean Wiggins 

Bethany Marsha Carpenter 

Bethlehem Ann Hubbard 

Bingham Memorial Mozelle Badger 

Calvary Nancy Deaton 

Catawba Heights Louise Perkins 

Cedar Grove Margaret James 

Centerview Louise Perkins 

Chapel Grove Marcella Wiggins 

Cherryville, First ... Jeanette Henley 

Cherryville, Second Janet Self 

Chestnut Ridge Lillian Nolan 

Christ Community Leola Floyd 

Community Ruby Bumgarner 

Cramerton, First Bobbie Roberts 

Dallas Baptist Hazel Schrum 

Fairview Donna Long 

Faith, Gastonia Sammy Burton 

Flint Groves Mildred Noblett 

Fraley Joan McCombs 

Friendship Evelyn Mathis 

Gamble Hill Maxine Devine 

Gaston Sandy Grant 

Gastonia, East Juanita Alexander 

Gastonia, First Faye Armour 

Grace Glenda Goodson 

Hickory Grove Diane Brock 

High Shoals, First Joyce Hovis 

Hardin Kathie Hensley 

Holland Memorial Audrey Ballard 

Long Creek Peggy McCraw 

Loray Ruby Carpenter 

Love Memorial Betty Baumgarner 

Lowell, First Shirley Atchley 

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McAdenville Mrs. Steve Rankin 

Mt. Beulah Peggy Yandle 

Mt. Holly, First Mrs. J. K. Carpenter 

Mt. Zion Joyce Bellinger 

Mt. Holly, Second Rosalee Noles 

New Heights Francis L. Paris 

New Hope Mrs. W. W. Stowe 

New Life, Belmont Edith Stroupe 

New Life, Stanley Mr. Charles Rhyne 

Northside ■ • • Clenda Sue Pryor 

Oakgrove Mrs. Ray Anthony 

Parkwood Euwilda Mann 

Providence Bill Hottel 

Rankin Lake Mrs. Ben Abernathy 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton 

Ridge Linda Dockery 

Ridgeview Diane Helton 

Robinwood Charles Muse 

Sandy Plains Joann Hoffman 

Seventh Ave Gretchel Clemmer 

Shady Grove Mrs. Michael Davis 

S. Marietta St Lucille Anthony 

South Point Susan Claoninger 

Southside Francis Passmore 

Springfield Mrs. Jimmie Griffin 

Stanley, First Mrs. Frank McClure 

Stowe Memorial Carolyn McCleilan 

Taylor Sue McSwain 

Temple Phyllis Walters 

Tuckaseegee Mrs. R. Mack Pressley 

Trinity Paulette Atkins 

Unity, Gastonia Veda S. Rhyne 

Victory Beth Russell 

W. Franklin Ave Louise Varnadore' 

Woodlawn Jane Saunders 

ORGANISTS [or pianist if not organist] 

Alexander Memorial Sheila Kerley 

Alexis Gail Marlow 

Anthony Grove Carolyn Bumgarner 

Belmont, First Nelson Hayes 

Belmont, East W. E. Jones 

Berea Perry Smith 

Bessemer City, 1st 

Bessemer City, 2nd Danny Harril 

Bethany Frances Pearson 

Bethlehem Sue Gantt 

Bingham Memorial Mrs. Ray England 

Calvary Naomi Sahms 

Catawba Heights Terry Collins 

Cedar Grove Ellyn Guthrie 

Centerview Nancy Marze 

Chapel Grove Claudia Brafford 

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Cherryville, 1st Mrs. Ronnie Willis 

Cheryville, 2nd Carolyn Rayfield 

Chestnut Ridge Patty McLeymore 

Christ Community Eleese Robinson 

Community Doris Pace 

Faith, Bessemer City Rebecca Lamm 

First Bapt. Cramerton Mrs. Earl Loftis 

Fairview Donna Long 

Faith, Gastonia Edith Byrd 

Flint Groves Gene Russell 

Fraley Kay Briggs 

Friendship Betty Willis 

Dallas Ted Huggins 

Gamble Hill Ruby Fisher 

Gaston Brenda Long 

Gastonia, East Shirley Caldwell 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Fred Ratchford 

Gateway Nancy Worrells 

Grace Suzanne Barber 

Hickory Grove Kathy Craig 

High Shoals First Joyce Hovis 

Harden Maxine Steeleman 

Holland Memorial Rhonda Toney 

Lakeview Cora Lee Jenkins 

Long Creek Crystal Thornburg 

Loray Mary Johnson 

Love Memorial Carol Owens 

Lowell, First Mrs. J. K. Carpenter 

McAdenviUe Mrs. C. E. Pressley 

Macedonia Joann Raxter 

Midway Sandra Harmon 

Mt. Beulah Brenda Emory 

Mt. Holly, First Jean Nesnow 

Mt. Zion Linda Goode 

Mt. Holly, Second Vernon Thomas 

New Heights Jeanette Godfrey 

New Hope Mrs. James Hovis 

New Life .Betsy Hinson 

New Life, Stanley Judy Homesley 

North Main Debra Buffin 

North Side 

Oak Grove Gail Ford 

Parkwood Iva Bane 

Plainview Gary Lyles 

Providence Blenda Gault 

Rankin Lake Joel Carrigan 

Ranlo Paula Saunders 

Ridge Alice Moss 

Ridgeview Linda Smith 

Riverside Becky Hice 

Robinwood , Terry Bradley 

Salem 

Sandy Plains Joann Hoffman 



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Seventh Ave Dorothy Greene 

Shady Grove Brenda Davis 

So. Marietta Street Janice Cloninger 

So. Point LIbby Byrum 

Southside Helen Parker 

Springfield Louise Broome 

Stanley, First Mrs. Joe Bumgarner 

Stowe Memorial Betty Huffman 

Sunnyside Linda Scates 

Sunset Forest Kay Toomey 

Taylor Memorial Virginia Wilson 

Temple Glenda Gaddis 

Trinity Linda Willis 

Tuckaseegee Mrs. Steve McCotter 

Unity, Belmont Frances Whitesides 

Unity, Gastonia Jill Haney 

Victory Joy Boling 

West Franklin Ave Gloria Vartlett 

Woodlavi^n Virginia Fulbright 

Maranatha Patricia Setzer 

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

Alexis Dorothy Long 

Belmont, First Jodie Bass 

Belmont, East Patsy Campbell 

Berea Helen Mims 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. T. A. Lynn, Sr. 

Centerview . Margaret Dellinger 

Cherryville, First Mrs. L. T. Anderson 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Cindy Milling 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Joel Ellington 

Friendship Lynn Mathis 

Gastonia, East Bob Hoffman 

Gastonia, First Julius Sanders 

Gateway Judy Dellinger 

Grace Gloria Bowden 

High Shoals, First Cathy Babb 

Lakeview Willie Brittain 

New Life, Stanley Miss Reginald Fisher 

Parkwood Ruby Owens 

Providence Virginia Cromer 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton 

Sandy Plains Glenna McGinnis 

Seventh Ave Martha Groves 

Shady Grove Mrs. Danny Hester 

South Point Belinda Martin 

Stanley, First Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey 

Stowe Memorial Diane Rankin 

Tuckaseege Mrs. G. L. Nichols 

Unity, Gastonia Ardist Mabry 

Victory Mrs. Pat Hartman 

West Franklin Catherine Spencer 

Woodlawn Ruby Spencer 



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Doctrinal Sermon, Preached By 

Rev. B. I. Epting, Pastor 

C^vary Baptist Church 

Gastonia, North Carolina 

October 21, 1977 

^ WHAT IS MISSIONS? . ;' . 

I want to read what Jesus said about Missions. You will find this in the following 
scriptures -- Matt. 28:16-20; Mark 16:14-18; Luke 24:28-53; John 20:19-23; Acts 
1:8-11. 

What is Missions? First I would say that Missions is- 

I. OBEYING THE LAST WORDS OF JESUS TO HIS FOLLOWERS. 

Acts 1:8 - "But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come 
upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, 
and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth." After he had spoken 
these things he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight. 

The first year I was at the Southern Seminary, Dr. Ellis Fuller, our beloved 
president, passed away while on a preaching mission in California. It was a sad 
time at the Seminary. We attended his funeral in the Chapel. Sometime after this 
Dr. Courts Redford, then Executive-Secretary of the Home Mission Board, spoke 
in chapel and told us of Dr. Fuller's death. He said that Dr. Fuller was preaching 
on "The Last Word's of Jesus." He was telling of a lady in his church who had a 
little dog. She made over this dog, cuddled it, loved it, give it the best food, and, 
as he saw it, went to the extremes in caring for the dog. One day Dr. Fuller said 
that he couldn't stand it any longer. So he said to her, "Why do you make over 
that dog so. Why don't you get a child to love instead of that dog." He said that he 
knew he said the wrong thing for tears began running down the lady's cheeks and 
she couldn't say a thing for a while. He began to apoloize but when the lady got 
ahold of her emotions she said, "Preacher, let me tell you a story. I had a little boy 
of my own once. He loved this little dog and when he was home they were 
inseparable. One morning he got up, put on his clothes to go to school. After he 
had eaten, for some reason, as he turned to go out the door, he said to me. 
"Mother, take care of my little dog." A moment later I heard the squelling of 
brakes. I ran out the door and there was my little boy lying in the street killed by 
an automobile. Preacher, the last words of my boy were "Take care of my little 
dog," and I'll do it till my last breath." 

Dr. Redford said that before Dr. Fuller could make the application he 
slumped down behind the pulpit and passed away. Think of it. The Lord taking a 
preacher while he was preaching the good news. The last words of Jesus were the 
last words he spoke. He preached it tUl his dying day. 

Let me make the application now. The last words of Jesus were "And ye 
shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and in Samaria, and 
unto the uttermost part of the earth." I'll preach it till my dying day - my last 
breath." 

I was reading the Open Window devotion of Wednesday, July 6th. The 
writer told this story. "Sherie, our little daughter-in-law, is a nuse in a hospital in 
Southern California. She told of a patient who had lain for days in a comatose 
state. The woman was in the terminal stage of cancer. Doctors said that she could 
neither hear nor understand anything that went on in her room. But suddenly she 
spoke "I want my blue dress.' Sherie bent over the dying woman, the better to 
hear. "I want my blue dress. Tell my husband to bring my blue dress." She 
mumbled the telephone number. She could remember it. Sherie called, and the 

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husband came over. "Bring my blue dress," she told her loved one. He started 
say, "You won't need it," but stopped. He went home and soon came back, laying 
blue dress in his wife's emaciated hands. After the husband left, the woman sait 
"I am dying. I want to be buried in that dress. I love it so." 

"Suppose," said Sherie, "that he had refused to obey that last request.' 
What if we refuse to obey the Lord's last request. Missions is obeying the Lord' 
last Request, 
n. MISSIONS IS GOD'S PLAN AND PURPOSE IN THIS WORLD. 

The Bible is not a history book although there is history in it. The Bible i 
not just a story book although it contains the greatest story ever told. It is th^ 
story of redemption. Read the Bible and see the redemption plan of the ages. 

The Story is told that Jesus went back to heaven and the angels questioned 
Him as to what He did on earth. He told of his life on earth and that he died on the 
cross that men might be saved. That he had left it to his followers to tell the story. 
Then the angels asked what if they didn't tell the story. Jesus replied, "I have no 
other plan." 

Missions began in the heart of God or we could say missions began in the 
love of God. It was God "who so loved the world" and he still does. It was God 
who "sent His Son into the world that the world through him might be saved." It 
was God who "demonstrated his love toward us" in the death of Christ. 

Missions was planted by the heart and love of Jesus. Planted in this world 
when he said upon the Cross, "Father, forgive them for they know not what they 
do." Planted when he said on the Cross, "It is finished" the plan of salvation for all 
men. Planted as the words say, "While we were yet in our sins, Christ loved us, 
and gave himself for us." 

Missions was implanted or sowed in the heart of the believer "Ye are His 
workmanship created in Christ Jesus unto good works." Lord, implant in us the 
heart and love of Jesus. Give us Hot Hearts. 

WilUam Pettigrew told this story -- "1 heard one of my black preacher 
brethren preach. He was a master. He had a way of making a dramatic pause and 
then asking his audience, "And brethren, what do I see?" They would shout back, 
"What do you see?" and then he would tell them. 

He told about his little Mary Ann, the appif of his eye, and of Flora, his 
neighbor's daughter. Flora was a tomboy and impish. He could not stand her, and 
the cross of his life was that Mary Ann loved to play with Flora. He said, "One day 
Flora pushed my Mary Ann off the porch and broke her arm. I laid th6 law down 
to Mary Ann - no more Flora." 

"One day Mary Ann was sitting on the porch. She was resting a picture 
book on the cast stUl on her broken arm and turning the pages with the other 
hand. But she was not fooling me. She was watching every move Flora made over 
in her yard. I said, 'Get your eyes back on this side of the fence."* " 

Sometime later I came home unexpectedly. When I got to the front gate 
"Brothers, what did I see?" The congregation shouted "^at did you see?" He 
said I saw my Mary Ann with her good arm around Flora atid I said, "Oh God, now 
I see how vou love me. Forp^'ve Lord, my heart is so cold." The people shouted 
back, "Yes, yes, that is the truth." and they began to chant, "Forgive Lord, my 

heart is so cold. Forgive Lord, my heart is so cold " Come on, let's join the 

chant and make it our prayer. "Forgive Lord, my heart is so cold." God needs hot 

hearts. 

III. WHAT IS MISSIONS? Oh, there's s^ many definitions - Usten - Christian 

Missions is the proclamation of the gospel to the unconverted everywhere 

according to the command of Christ. Missions is not the special task of certain 

"called" people but the inherent opportunity of all who accept Jesus as Lord. 

Missions is not the exclusive duty of certain boards or of women instead of men; it 

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i^ the ultimate purpose of the church. Missions is the broad-scale trust of personal 
and church concern for all who need God in Christ. Missions is people. Missions is 
money. Missions is compassion -- Eyes that see - a heart that feels -- hands that 
heal. Missions is not man's scheme for influencing the world: it is God's plan for 
rede^oi^it. 

Li a time of crisis recently, when my heart was breaking, Dot Allred gave us 
a tape of devotions. You ought to get a copy. She said tht somewhere she got this 
definition of missions-Missions is anything we do that builds a bridge over which 
Christ can walk. Then she went on and gave her husband Hoyle's definition of 
missions. His definition is--It is the Conscience response of each Christian to the 
great Commission. 

One said that Missions is one beggar telling another beggar where to find 
bread. But when it is all said and done I have come to the following conclusion: 
IV. MISSIONS IS ME, AND I COULD ADD ME -YOU- AND EVERYBODY who 
has had an experience with Christ and have committed themselves to be used of 
Christ. Each born again person can say and should say-Missions is me. 

Rev. J. A. Hudson gave me some things I can do to share my faith, support 
my church and advance the kingdom: ME, have phone, will call . . . ME, Have pen, 
will write. . .ME, Have interest, will come. . .ME, Have car, will bring. . .ME, 
Have money, will tithe. . .ME, Have voice, will sing. . .ME, Have concern, will 
pray . . . ME, Have empathy, wUl care and share. 

I am an example of Missions~I think back on my life to others who said, 
"Missions is me." I think of Old Man Brown who sang bass in the choir and a little 
boy sitting near the choir to listen to him sing bass and saying someday I'm going 
to sing bass like Old Man Brown— A Boy in Farmer Ira Soar's class. Nobody 
would teach the boys. Ira said he would. He had an hair lip and he stuttered with 
each word but the thing that impressed me was that Ira was always there and in 
spite of what we did Ira kept on teaching God's word. When we went swimming 
he made the best tomatoe sandwiches I have ever tasted. Mrs.Hutchinson who 
had a retarded daughter to take ere of but who took the R. A. boys and spent her 
time teaching God's word. She would ask, "What is Your Mission?" and we wotilJi 
answer, "We are Ambassadors for Christ." Whom do you represent?". "We 
represent the person of the King at the court of another." "And what is youi 
" essage?" "We pray ye in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God." 

They taught me missions, missionary stories, the cooperative program, 
foreign Missions, Home Missions, State Missions, Associational Missions. 
Obeying the Great commission. The last command of Jesus. Me-Going-As you 
go~It is assumed that the followers of Christ will go. As they go, their commission 
is to so live the life of Christ and to so proclaim the message of his redemption that 
disciples will be made. I heard a man preach one time on "How to Spell Go." He 
said, Attend does not spell go; preach does not spell go; teach does not spell go; 
pray does not spell go; sing does not spell go; tithe does not spell go; Going out and 
encountering men for Jesus spells go. All this must compel us to go, see, and 
speak to someone. Me-going, making disciples, baptizing, teaching. That's 
Missions. 

< The last Dr. A. T. Greene, Jr., Director of Missions of the South Carolina 
Convention, wrote some songs and sent them out to the churches to be purchased. 
^"^ received them and were looking at them when word came that he had passed 
away with a heart attack. The words of one of them were. . . 1. Millions are lost 
and dying in sin. So shackled by guilt and despair. They cry in their anguish to 
many fals gods. To gods who are deaf to their prayer. Others are lost who find 
pleasure in sin, seek for darkness rather than light, Just living for self and with 
no time for God Show little concern for their plight. 
2. Millions are calling from lands are away, "Come over and help us," they plead. 

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They search for life's meaning, they look for the way, So keenly aware of their 
need. Others drift aimlessly year after year, And the call of salvation delay, 
Content with their lot or resigned to their fate, They, too, need the Truth and the 
Way. Chorus - Oh, if only they'd call on the Name of the Lord, And His gift of 
salvation receive. But how shall they call on this Jesus In whom they have never 
believed? And how shall they trust in the Savious Whose name they don't even 
know? And how shall they hear about Jesus Unless someone is willing to go? And 
how shall they go except they be sent? Our prayers and our gifts must increase. 
Oh, the beautiful feet of those who will go to preach the Gospel of Peace. 

MISSIONS IS ME. I have a story to tell. Mineisamessage to fallen men. It 
is a message about a birth in Jerusalem, agony in the garden, trial before Pilate, 
and a cross on Calvary. Mine is a story of a thorn crowned brow, nail-pierced 
hands and a wounded side. Mine is a story of a tragic Friday afternoon, a gloomy 
Saturday and a victorious Sunday morning. I have to go back to the cross and tell 
you he died. He dropped his head in the locks of his shoulder and he died. They 
buried him in Joseph's new tomb. He went down in the grave to wait for the 
resurrection. And on a schedule, he got up with every form of power in the orbit 
of his omnipotence. He stood on the Mount of Olives and said, "Go into all the 
world, and preach the gospel to every creature." 

I don't know what you are going to do, but I'm going to tell it until every city 
becomes a new Jerusalem-til Jesus Comes. I'm going to tell it until every house 
becomes a house of prayer. I'm going to tell it until every sinner has been saved 
by grace. I've got something to tell. Missions is me. 

If Missions is me. Send me, Lord, send me. My daughter Myra will now 
sing, "Send me, Lord, send me," and as we listen may this be our prayer. 



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CONSTITUTION 

Preamble 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the Gaston 
Baptist Association, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in 
order to promote fellowship, missions, education. Christian service, the preaching 
of the (k)spel, and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina and the Southern Baptist convention in their work, do hereby agree and 
subscribe to the following articles. 

Article I. Name 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association of North 
Carolina. 

Article n. Membership 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the pastors of all 
member churches, and three messengers from each church for the first one 
hundred members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger from each 
church for each additional one hundred members or major fraction thereof, 
provided that no church shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the 
pastor. Such messengers shall be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by the 
church to the annual meeting of the Association. 

Article HI. Authority 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own shphere, 
but shall never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the 
churches. 

Article IV. Meetings 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third Sunday in 
October and continue for two days or longer in the judgment of the Program 
Committee, subject to the approval of the Association. The time of the annual 
meeting may be changed, or special meeitngs may be called by the Executive 
Committee, provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Article V. Officers 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian and three trustees. They shall 
be elected by the Association in its annual meeting and shall serve imtil their 
successors are elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be 
fiUed by the Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the 
Vice-Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 

Article VI. Organizations 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational organiza- 
tions as Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, 
Brotherhood, Music and such other organizations which are in keeping with the 
purpose of this Associaiton, with their full staffs and programs necessary for the 
promotion of the work. The officers of these organizations shall be elected by the 
Association in its annual meetings and shall serve until their successors are 
elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Promotional Committee. 



Article VII. Associational Board 

The Association shall have &n Associational Board composed of the Officers 
of the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, the Associational 
Director of Church Training, the Associational WMU Director, the Associational 
Brotherhood Director, the Associational Music Director, the senior pastors of the 
member churches and two members from each member church to be elected by 
the church. The two members from each church shall be duly certified m the 
annual church letter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music and education 
may attend as non-voting members. 

Article VIII. Committees 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Association a 
Committee on Committees, consisting of eight members of whom not less than 
two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

The Association shall have the following standing Committees, along with 
other committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, chairman 
of the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance Committee, the 
chairman of the Missions Committee, the chairman of the Properties Committee, 
the chairman of the Constitution Committee and nine other members of whom not 
less than three shall be other than pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice-Moderator 
who shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive Committee, the 
Chairman of Evangelism Committee, the Chairman of Christian Life and Public 
Affairs committee, and the organizational leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not 
less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not 
less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Committee shaU be composed of six members of whom 
not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shall be composed of three members of whom 
not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolutions Committee shall be composed of three members of whom 
not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members of 
whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members of whom 
not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and P*ublic Affairs Committee shall be composed of 
three members of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

11. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members of whom 
not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 

13. The Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

Article IX. New Churches 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship upon receipt 
of letters of dismissions from other like associations. It may also receive newly 
constituted churches whose Articles of Faith harmonize with the generally 
accepted membership in the Association shall be received under the w^atchcare for 
a period of time sufficient to prove, through practice and attitude, its place as a 
cooperating Baptist Church. A church, upon organization, may apply for 



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membership through the Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the 
judgment of the Missions Committee, such church has met the requirements 
stated above, the Missions Committee may recommend at the next annual 
meeting that such church be received into the full fellowshi^of the Association. 
During this period of watchcare such churches shall be entitled to all rights and 
privileges of the Association except that their members shall not hold office nor 
vote. 

Article X. Discipline 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, or failing to 
be represented at the annual meeting, or failing to contribute worthily to 
Associational and Denominaitonal missions, for two consecutive years, shall be 
notified by the Executive Committee that if their failure is not remedied by the 
next annual meeting, recommendation shall be made to remove said church from 
the membership in the Association. 

Article XI. Constitutional Changes 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the Associaiton 
by a two-thirds majority of the messengers present on the second day, at a time 
provided by the Program Committee, provided the proposed amendment has been 
presented to the Executive Committee in writing at least thirty days prior to the 
annual meeting, and provided the proposed amendment is read to the Associaiton 
on the first day of the annual meeting. 

Article XII. Quorum 

Messengers from twenty -five percent of the churches enrolled as members 
of the Association shall constitute a quorum. 

BY-LAWS 

By-Law I. Parliamentary Rules 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Robert's Rules of 
Order (latest revised edition). 

By-Law II. Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 

By-Law III. Meetings 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such places as may 
be decided by the Association in regular session. Special meetings or change of 
places that may become necessary shall be decided by the Executive Committee. 
Each session of the Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 

By-Law IV. Duties of Officers 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association 
according to the Constitution and By-laws, and appoint a Committee on 
Committees. He shall be chairman of the Associational Board, member of the 
Executive Committee, and shall be an ex-officio member of all other committees. 
The Moderator shall assume the duties of the Superintendent of Missions as 
assigned when the Association is not served by one by reason of resignation 
and/or illness. He shall be ineligible to succeed himself after the second 
successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Associational Board and chairman of 
the Promotional Committee. 

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3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
thirty days prior to the annual Associational meeting, keep an accurate record of 
the proceedings of the Association, supervice the printing and the distributing of 
the minutes to the member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive 
Committee, keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the 
Association, and serve as Secretary of the Associational Board. For these 
services the clerk may receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the 
Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the 
name of the Association, disburse the same upon instructions from the 
Association, its Associational Board or as designated in the budget; render an 
accurate report of receipts and disbursements at the annual meeting, give a 
report at each quarterly Associational Board meeting; audit the Executive 
Committee when requested by that committee; and keep books available and up 
to date for examination. For mutual protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in 
such an amount as the Executive Committee shall direct. For these services the 
Treasurer may receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator and the 
Association with respect to all matters involving proper parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historiam shall collect and preserve historical data on the 
Association and its churches, and shall present a written report at each annual 
meeting of the Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program of the 
Association and have charge of the Associational Library, and shall present a 
written report at each annual meeting of the Association. 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the titles to all 
property, or properties, of the Association, whether real or otherwise, and shall 
execute such transfers of title, or signatures, as may be authorized by the 
Association or Associaitonal Board. 

By-Law V. Duties of Organizational Leaders 

1. The Associational Sunday School Director shall promote and supervise 
the Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the 
direction of the Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with 
the Superintendent of Missions. 

2. The Associational Church Training Director shall promote and supervise 
the Church Training Pogram of the Association in cooperation with the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director shall promote and 
supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association in 
cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions and in keeping with the 
Constitution and By-laws of Woman's Missionary Union of Gaston Baptist 
Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood Director shall promote and supervise the 
Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent 
of missions. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise the Music 
Progi'am of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions. 

By-Law VI. The Associaitonal Board 

The Associational Board shall hold three meetings and others as necessary, 
and present a written report to the Association at its annual meeting. It shall be 
the duty of the Associational Board to act for the Association in the interim 
between annual meetings. It shall carry out the policies and will of the 
Association. 



"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent of the 
churches enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute a quorum." 

By-Law VII. Duties of Committees 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of the 
several standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) and present 
them for election by the Association, fill any vacancies that may occur between 
annual meetings; and appoint special committees that may be authorized by the 
Association or its Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed to it by 
the Association or its Associational Board and decide on routine and emergency 
matters between sessions of the Associational Board. It shall initiate and 
recommend matters concerning business management and approve the 
employment of ail personnel except the Superintendent of Missions, and Director 
of Christian Social Ministries. It shall accept applications for membership in the 
Association from newly constituted churches and may receive said churches under 
watchcare until the next annual meeting. It shall provide annually for an audit of 
the Treasurer's records and report the condition of the financial records to the 
Association. It shaU give full guidance and direction to the Superintendent of 
Missions and Director of Christian Social Ministries in formulating plans and 
promoting the work of the Association in general. It shall meet monthly but a 
quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of the 
Associational organizations and plan and promote an Associational calendar of 
activities. It shall meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the Association an 
annual budget. It shall have the general oversight and administration of the 
financial affairs of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear to be in 
need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches to sponsor new 
work in such communities; give guidance and counsel in procuring temporary and 
permanent sites for locating such work in accord with Associational policy; and 
make recommendations to the Association or its Associational Board as to the 
missionary needs which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall 
advise with any group considering a new church and assist in organizing new 
churches. It shall make recommendations to the Association concerning ail 
churches under watchcare. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association and organizational officers according to 
Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Associational representatives for the 
various institutions and agencies of the Baptist State Convention of North 
Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the annual 
meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and 
to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall direct the 
enrollment of the messengers at the annual meeting. It shall recommend the place 
or places for the next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the 
annual sermon. 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Associaiton any 
resolutions it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Association shall 
be referred to the Resolutions Committee, except that by a two-thirds vote of the 
messengers present on the first day of the Associational meeting, the rules may 
be suspended and a resolution may be aken up for immediate consideration. 

9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of 

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Stewardship within the churches of the Association. It shall assist the Finance 
Committee in the promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism- Committee shall promote the total program of 
Evangelism within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend ways 
in which the Association can work for the promotion of civic righteousness and 
social uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight over all property- 
owned or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member church, 
assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee and the 
Committee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a rotating basis of not 
more than three years. 

By-Law VIII. Employment Procedures 

The Association shall employ a Superintendent of Missions and a Director of 
Christian Social Ministries who shall be recommended by the Executive 
Committee and elected by the Association or its Associational Board. The 
Superintendent of Missions shall work under the guidance of the Executive 
Committee and serve as an ex-officio, non-voting, member of all committees. The 
Director of Christian Social Ministries shall work under the guidance of the 
Superintendent of Missions and serve as an ex-officio, non-voting, member of the 
Executive Committee and Missions Committee. All other employed personnal, as 
may be provided in the Associational budget, shall be employed by the Executive 
Committee. 

By-Law IX. Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority of 
the messengers present. 



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William Pearson, 1846 Westbrook Cr., Gastonia 
Elton Wallace, 712 N. Lewis St., Gastonia 28052 
Earl Barber, 1911 Auten Rd., Gastonia 28052 
Carroll Propst, Rt. 3, Dallas, N.C. 28034 
Ernest Buckner, Box 474, Stanley, N.C. 28164 


Scott Bradley, Rt. 7, Box 490, Lincolnton 28092 
B. D. Calhoun, 114 E. Georgia Ave., Bess. City 
Toney Payne, 805 Pinewood Dr., McAdenville 
Marvin R. McCraw, 415 Stanley Rd., Dallas 28034 
Jack Crawford, 1738 Armstrong Pk. Rd. , Gastonia 


Wade Putnam, 407 Beverly Dr., Gastonia 28052 
James S. Denton, 2501 Crestview St. , Gastonia 
Harvey D. Roberts, 711 Dogwood Cr., Lowell 
Lennell Keenum, 4818 Little Mtn. Rd., Gastonia 
Morris Jankins, Rt. 6, Jenkins Rd., Gastonia 28052 


Carl Glover, Rt. 3, Box 618, Bessemer City 28016 
Aubrey Horton, 305 Dutchman Ave., Mt. Holly 
Lonnie Hoyle, Rt. 4, Box 291, Gastonia 28052 
Richard Sigmon, Rt. 3, Cherryville, N. C. 28021 
Church Disbanned 


Leroy Gee, P. O. Box 71, High Shoals 28077 
Lee Brown, 901 Sunrise Dr., Gastonia 28052 
Troy D. Cope, 236 Browntown Rd., Belmont 28012 
Marvin Helms, 709 N . Main St., Stanley 28164 
Jerry Miller, 310 Walnut Ave, , Mt. Holly 28120 


John Britton, c/oNorthside Church, Gastonia 
Wayne Beam, Hwy. 150 E., Cherryville 28021 
Kenneth Parks, 601 Derby Ct,, Gastonia 28052 
Gary L>>les, Rt. 3, Box 56, Dallas 28034 
Donnie Cann, 47 Bowen Dr., Belmont 28012 


C. E. Austin, 1222 E. Park, Gastonia 28052 
Bill Dill, 2332 Pinehaven Dr., Gastonia 28052 
BertDockery, 4219 Little Mtn. Rd., Gastonia2805: 
Rosecoe Howie, Rt. 2, Box 103, Gastonia 28052 
Geneva Giles, 70 4th St., Cramerton, N.C. 28032 


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James Hill, 1738 Cak Valley Dr. , Gastonia 28052 
David Sparrow, Rt. 3, Meek Rd., Gastonia 28052 
Gail Hoyle, Rt. 1, Box 114B, Belmont 28012 


C. L. Wofford, Rt. 4, Box 101, Cherryville 28021 
Robert G. Dickson, 904 Forest Dr., Gastonia 28052 
Mrs. Jeanette Meares, 65 Magnolia Dr., Belmont 
Brent McDonald, Monks Trailer Pk . , Gastonia 
Reggie Hayes, 1502 Hollandale Dr. , Gastonia 2805: 


Wilfred Brooks, 1 10 Airport Rd. , Stanley 28164 

Walter Garnett, 121 Georgia Belle Ave., Belmont 

Clarence Franks, Rt. 2, Box 822Y, Bess. City 28016 

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George Nolan, 206 Katherine St., Kings Mtn. 2808 
Ray Abernathy, Rt. 2, Box 471A, Mt. Holly, N. C 
Kenneth Hinkle, Rt. 4, Box 135, Gastonia 28052 
Mrs. Connie Atkins, South Point Rd., Belmont 


William H. Hedrick, 2326 Hedgewood Cr., Gastoni 
Ray Byrd, 1551 Meadowbrook Ln,, Gastonia 28052 
Ricky Heavener, Rt. 6, Box 184, Lincolnton 28092 
Mrs. Jenny Grayson, 1414 Pine St., Gastonia 
Gordon Ramsey, 1339 Ford Dr., Lowell 28098 


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GASTON BAPTIST ASSO 
State of North Carolina 
Atioclotlonol Sunday Sth 
224 E. Cotawbo Avenue, 

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Seventh Avenue 


Shady Grove 

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South Point 

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Springfield 


Stanley, First 
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Taylor Memorial 


Temple 
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Tuckoseegee 
United, Belmont 
Unity, Belmont 


Unity, Gastonia 
Victory 
Webb's Chapel 
W. Franklin Ave. 
Woodlawn 


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Little Mountain Rd. 





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Gladys Boyd, 202W. Gibb St., Dallas, N. C. 28034 
Monolia Bowden, 1830 Auten Rd., Gastonia, N.C. 28052 
Mrs. Dot Hovis, Rt. 3, Dollos, N.C. 28034 
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Mrs. Audrey Ballard, Rt. 1, Box 397, Bessene r City 28016 
Mrs. Shelio Barnhill, 712 N. Main St., Lowell, N. C. 28098 
Mrs. Billie Ridley, Rt. 2, Box 937, Dallas, N.C. 28034 
Mrs. W.A. Gaddis, 2020 Parkdale Ave., Gastonia, N. C. 28052 


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Beth Russell, 812 Honeywood Lone, Gastonia, N.C. 28052 
Mrs. Steve Rankin, P. O. Box 1, McAdenville, N. C. 28101 
Anne Robinson, 1935 Silverstone Dr., Gastonia, N.C. 28052 
Mrs. Vernie Panther, Rt. 6, Foirview Dr., Gastonia, N. C. 28052 


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Mrs. Jerry Cousby, 440 Holly Circle, Mt. Holly 28120 

Mrs. Louise Faulkenberry, 309 Gaston Ave., Mt. Holly 28120 

Mrs. Charles H. Black, P. O. Box 275, Cherryville, N .C. 28021 

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Mrs. E. D. Wells, 5506 Wales St., Charlotte, N.C. 28213 


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Gail Ford, Rt. 3, Cherryville, N.C. 28021 
Mrs. Mary Emmo Hombright, 1621 Dixon Rd., Gostonia, N, C. 
Mrs. Nancy McClure, Rt. 1, Box 480, Delias, N.C. 28034 
Mrs. Margaret Towery, 300 Armstrong Park Rd., Gastonia 


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Mrs. Faye McSwain, 2318 Hollandole Dr., Gostonia, N .C. 28052 
Mrs. Nancy Wilson, 504 E. Tele^oph Dr., Gastonia 28052 
Mrs. Mary Walls, Box 204, N. Belmont, N.C. 28120 
Brenelda Smith, 406 Fairfax Dr., Gastonia, N.C. 28052 




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OCIATICN 

il Missions, Hoyle T. Allred 
Gastonia, N.C. 28052 

CHURCH CLERKS ft ADDRESSES (INCLUDE ZIP CODEI 


Mrs. D. R. Kerley, 202 Edgecombe St. 7 Belmont 28012 
Kay B. Sisk, Box 739, Stanley, N. C. 28164 
Peggy McSwoin, Rt. 1, Box 115, Crouse, N.C. 28033 
James Southers, 113 E. Catawba Dr., Mt. Holly 28120 
Joyce Holler, Rt. 1, Box82-C, Belmont, N.C. 28012 


Sandra Rhyne, Route 2, Box 248-A, Gastonia 28052 
T. A. Lynn, Sr., Rt. 3, Box 337, Bessemer City 28016 
Wanda Jordan, 307 Flat Rock St. , Clover, S.C. 29710 
Ann Carpenter , 1202 S. Congress St., Gastonia 28052 
Debbie Parker, 241 Venton Dr., Dallas 28034 


Ann Hubbard, 204 Park St., Belmont N. C. 28012 
Jane Jordan, Rt. 3, Box 128, Bessemer City, 28016 
Nancy Deaton, 611 Hillcrest Ave., Gastonia 28052 
C. A. Rhyne, Rt. 1, Box 136A, Belmont 28012 
Aubrey Epperson, 1716 Cak Valley Drive, Gastonia 


C. K. Perkins, P. C. Box 542, Mt. Holly, N. C. 28120 

Leta Ballard, 1920 Ann Street, Ga^onia 28052 

Eural Tillman, Box 265, Cherryville, N.C. 28021 

Janet Self, Rt. 1, Delview, Cherryville 28021 

Betty Fite, 311 Fulton St., Kings Mtn., N. C. 28086 


Mary Davidson, 425 N. Oakland St., Gastonia 28052 
Ann Jenkins, 2427 Lynn Dr., Gastonia, N.C. 28052 
Mrs. Howard Price, 170 8th Ave., Cromerton 28032 
Martha Erwin, Rt. 2 604 Oakwood, Gastonia 28052 
Mitchell Carr, P. O. Box584, Dallas, N.C. 26034 


Marie Ballard, Rt. 1, Box 396, Gastonia, N. C. 28052 
Helen Nixon, 209 Point Circle, Belmont, N. C. 28012 
Rebecca Lamm, 2706 Skyland Dr., Gastonia, N.C. 28052 
Mrs. Wm. Ford, 412 N. Vance St., Gaston ia, N .C. 2805 
Blair Carr, 605 Francis St., Gastonia, N. C. 28052 


Bobby G. Payne, 815 Per k St., Smyre, Gastonia 28052 
Evelyn Mathis, Rt . 3, Box 248, Gastonia, N.C. 28052 
Maxine Devine, Rt. 1, Box 700, Iron Station 28080 
Sandy Grant, Rt. 1, Box 170, Dallas, N. C. 28034 
Peggy L. DavIs, 412 Jenny St., Gastonio, N.C. 28052 


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GASTON BAPTIST ASS 
State of North Caroline 
Director of Associationc 
3039 Gardner Park Dr. 

CHURL HE? 


Alexander Memorial 
Alexis 

Anthony Grove 
Belmont, First 
Belmont, East 


Bereo 

Bessemer City, First 

Bessemer City, Second 

Bethany 

Bethel 


Bethlehem 
Bingham 
Calvary 
Catav^aHeights 
Cedar Grove 


Centerview 
Chapel Grove 
Cherryville, First 
Cherryville, Second 
Chestnut Ridge 


Christ Community 
Community 
Cromerton, First 
Cromerton, West 
Dallas 


Fairview 
Faith, Belmont 
Faith, Bessemer City 
Faith, Gastonia 
Fling Groves 


Froley Memorial 
Friendship 
Gamble Hill 
Gaston 
Gastonia, East 



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HISTORY OF CHAPEL GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 

Chapel Grove Baptist Church first began in February of 1959 as the Suburban 
Heights Baptist Mission, sponsored by the Temple Baptist Church. Mr. Jess Parton 
was the pastor. In July of 1960, $20,000.00 was borrowed to construct a building 
which is now part of the present buildings. In September of 1960, the name was 
changed to Chapel Grove Baptist Mission with 54 members. Fred High was the 
pastor and he served until January of 1969. The present pastorium and lot was 
purchased in September of 1962 for $17,300.00. The name Chapel Grove Baptist 
Church was constituted on September 8, 1963 with 103 members by December of 
that same year. On February 20, 1966, the church entered a $65,000.00 bond pro- 
gram for the second phase of our present buildings. W. Frank Monroe was called 
as pastor in June of 1969 and served until June of 1973. All church indebtedness 
was retired by April 1, 1974. In June of 1974, James A. Lowery was called as pastor. 

On October 1, 1974, the church entered into a $250,000.00 bond program for 
the building of an auditorium. The building was completed and entered on May 2, 
1976. The total cost of the building was $348,335.00, which included furnishings, 
an organ and a piano. 

Chapel Grove Baptist Church started a Day Care-Kindergarten Program on 
October 3, 1976 and we now have 59 children enrolled. 

Our staff includes: 

a. Pastor 

b. Minister of Music/Education 

c. Day Care/Kindergarten Director 

d. Youth/Recreation Director (Part-Time) 

e. Secretary 

f. Financial Secretary 

g. Custodian 
h. Organist 

i. Pianist ~ 

j. Dietitian (Part-Time) 

Chapel Grove Baptist Church entered the Bus Ministry in 1976 with (1) bus 
and now operates (3) buses. 



ANNUAL 

Of the 

GASTON 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

OF 

North Carolina 

SIXTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 

Held With 



Chapel Grove Baptist Church 

Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

October 19, 1978 



Ranlo Baptist Church 

Ranlo, N. C. 28052 

October 20, 1978 



The Next Annual Session will be Held With 



South Marietta Street Baptist Church 
Gastonia, N. C. 28052 



Mt. Zion Baptist Church 
Cherryville, N. C. 28021 



Thursday and Friday, October 25-26, 1978 

Preacher — Worth Braswell 
Alternate — M. O. Owens, Jr. 



INDEX 

Associational Clerks Honor Roll 6 

Auditors Report 23 

Bold Missions Thrust Committee Report 48 

Christian Social Ministries 49 

Church Anniversaries 19 

Church Directory of Officers not included in tables 42 

Committee on Committees Annual Report 7 

Constitution and By-Laws 37 

Contributions from Churches 27 

Directory of Officers and Committees 4 

General Board Members 8 

Historical Events - 34 

History of Host Churches (Inside front and back covers) 

Historical Table 36 

Messengers 16 

Obituary — Our Beloved Dead 19 

Proceedings 10 

Program 3 

Reports: 

Annual Sermon 53 

Annuity 51 

Budget 30 

Church Training 51 

Evangelism 51 

Foreign Missions 52 

. Sunday School 53 

Statistical Tables: 

Church Membership 57 

Sunday School 61 

Training Union 65 

Church Music 69 

Woman's Missionary Union 73 

Brotherhood 77 

Total Receipts 81 

Mission Expenditures 85 

Special Information 89 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

60th Annual Session 

Moderator: R. Mack Pressley Clerk: Mrs. Sandra Tate 

Vice Moderator: Hoyle Alexander 

First Day October 19 Chapel Grove Baptist Church 

1:30 Registration Organist: Peggy Hovis 

2:00 Worship Jerry Watts, Woodlawn Church 

2:20 Committee Reports: 

Enrollment Sandra Tate 

Program Law Mobley 

Nominating Billy Smith 

Committee on Committees Bob Baynard 

Stewardship Charles Summey 

Missions Howard Corley 

2:50 Organizational Reports: 

WMU Delene Russell 

Brotherhood Ge6rge Pettigrew 

Church Training ., Worth Braswell 

Sunday School Harry McCall 

3:15 "Let's Sing" Peggy Evington, Flint-Groves 

3:25 World Missions Conference 79 Dorothy Allred 

3:50 Break 

4:05 Miscellaneous Business 

4:30 Associational Missions: 

Moderator R. Mack Pressley 

Executive Committee Jack Painter 

Treasurer Fred D. West 

Finance T, Ray Helms 

5:10 According to Hoyle Director of Missions 

5:20 Worship Alan Putnam, Dallas Church 

5:30 Christian Education Dr. Jerry Wallace 

Campbell College 
Rev. Barry Hambright, Gardner-Webb 

6:00 Supper 

EVENING FIRST DAY 

6:45 Worship Chapel Grove Choir 

7:05 Memorials Judy Cook 

7:15 Missions Reports: 

Home Missions Yates W. Campbell 

Foreign Missions Myra Bates 

7:45 Missions Feature Catherine Painter 

7:55 Miscellaneous Busniess 

Librarian Johnnie Morton 

Ordination Committee Ralph Holcomb 

8:15 Worship Unity Baptist Choir 

"I Will Praise Him", 'Thy Will Be Done" 

8:30 Annual Sermon: "The Blessings of Oneness" Law Mobley 

Unity, Gastonia 
Alternate: Worth Braswell, Dallas 

ADJOURN 



Second Day ■ October 20, 1978 p . RANLO 

8:45 Registration 

9:00 Worship Ranlo 

9:10 Miscellaneous Business 

Historian J, D. Williams 

Evangelism James Lowery 

9:30 Christian Social Ministries: 

PANEL: QUESTION MASTER: Hoyle Allred 

Association Wilma Stinnette 

Hospital Calvin Knight 

Children's Home Dr. Elizabeth Wagoner 

Phillip Morrow 

Homes for Aging Bill Poole 

Biblical Recorder Marse Grant 

10:30 Break 

10:45 Bold Mission Thrust Committee Report Raymond White 

11:15 Worship Peggy Evington 

11:20 Doctrinal Sermon: "Ain't God Good?" R. Logan Carson 

Christ Community Church 

11:55 Report of Resolutions Committee Flay Payne 

12:00 Lunch and Adjourn . ' ' " V 



DIRECTORY 

Officers 1978-79 

Moderator Hoyle B. Alexander, 911 S. Marietta St., Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Vice Moderator Worth Braswell, 404 W. Trade St., Dallas, N. C. 28034 

Clerk Mrs. Dean (Sandra) Tate, 2418 Leroy Ave., Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Treasurer Fred West, 539 Downey Place, Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Parliamentarian M. O. Owens, Jr., 829 Churchill Dr., Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

Librarian Mrs. Alfred (Johnnie) Morton, 85 Walnut Ave., Ranlo, N. C. 28052 

Historian J. D. Williams, 300 S. Main St., Mt. Holly, N. C. 28120 

Music Director Jerry Watts, 202 W. 1st St., Lowell, N. C. 28098 

Organist Mrs. James (Peggy) Hovis, Churchill Dr., Dallas, N. C. 28034 



TRUSTEES 

Frank Hoyle P. O. Box 606, Cherryville, N. C. 28021 

Forest Roberts, Jr 600 Torrence Dr. Gastonia, N. C. 28052 

G. Truett Smith 107 Merewood Drive, Gastonia, N. C. 28052 



INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Annuity Harold Miller 

Homes for Aging Forest Roberts, Sr. 

Children's Homes Yates W. Campbell 

Baptist Hospital Forest Roberts, Sr. 

Christian Education Barry Hambright 

Energy Conservation Chairman James Whitworth 



SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Sunday School Director Harry McCall 

VBS Director Gerald Campbell 

Adult Directors Albert Leath, Jim Adams 

Youth Directors Cal Dellinger, Steve Beeler 

Children's Directors Jerry Watts, Mrs. Teny Mosteller 

Preschool Directors Mrs. Patsy Campbell, Mrs. Lula Noblett 

CHURCH TRAINING 

Church Training Director Worth Braswell 

Adult Director Jim Adams 

Youth Director Vernon Franks 

Children's Director 

Preschool Director Mrs. Patsy Campbell 

New Members Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

WMU Director Delene W. Russell 

BW Director Olna Daves 

BYW Director Sandra Tate 

Acteens Director Peggy McCraw 

GA's Director , Ruth Champion 

Mission Friends Director Patsy Campbell 

Nominating Committee Eleanor Craig, Linda Greenlee, Beth Russell 

Scholarship Committee Sybil Wilson, Jerry Scarborough, Nancy Deaton 

BROTHERHOOD 

Brotherhood Director George Pettigrew 

RA Ball Commissioner Gene Alexander 

RA Basketball Commissioner Jim Barber 

RA Track Commissioner Barron Lee 

Crusader Car Competition & Camping Commissioner Bill Wilson 

Crusader Training Sybil Wilson 

Pioneer Training Jerry MuUis 

RA Program Coordinator Hoyle T. AUred 

SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Seminary Extension Director Doug Baltzegar 

Registrar Laura Baltzegar 

Seminary Extension Committee Holye Allred, Yates Campbell 

Johnnie Perry, Glenn Caldwell, Doug Baltzegar 

DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Dr. Hoyle T. Allred 3039 Gardner Pk. Dr., Gastonia, N. C. 

DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. Yates W. Campbell 1049 Buckingham Drive, Gastonia, N. C. 

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ASSOCIATIONAL PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Judy Cook Office Secretary 

Mrs. Dorothy Allred Promotional Secretary 

Mrs. Wilma Stinnette Case Worker 

Mr. Ken Bowlin Custodian 



MOTTO 

"Epaphras, who is one of you, a Servant of Christ, saluteth you, always laboring 
fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will 
of God." Co. 4:12. 



ASSOCIATIONAL CLERKS HONOR ROLL 

(In order received by Oct. 12) 



1. 


Mt. Zion 


2. 


Mt. Holly, Second 


3. 


High Shoals First 


4. 


Gateway 


5. 


Oak Grove 


6. 


Centerview 


7. 


Providence 


8. 


Cedar Grove 


9. 


Woodlawn 


10. 


Macedonia 


11. 


Grace 


12. 


Cramerton, First 


13. 


Sunset Forest 


14. 


Plainview 


15. 


Trinity 


16. 


Rosewood Lane 


17. 


Seventh Avenue 


18. 


Bethany 


19. 


Berea 


20. 


North Main Street 


21. 


McAdenville 


22. 


Mt. Beulah 


23. 


Lakeview 


24. 


East Gastonia 


25. 


Faith, Gastonia 


26. 


Cherryville, Second 


27. 


Riverside 


28. 


Alexis 



29. 


New Heights 


30. 


Sandy Plains 


31. 


Victory 


32. 


Bessemer City First 


33. 


Calvary 


34. 


Cherryville, First 


35. 


Lowell, First 


36. 


Anthony Grove 


37, 


Shady Grove 


38. 


Southpoint 


39. 


Unity, Gastonia 


40. 


Chapel Grove 


41. 


Stowe Memorial 


42. 


Brookleigh 


43. 


Southside 


44. 


South Marietta Street 


45. 


Loray 


46. 


Midway 


47. 


West Franklin Avenue 


48. 


Robinwood 


49. 


Ridge 


50. 


Love Memorial 


51. 


Springfield 


52. 


Flint Groves 


53. 


Temple 


54. 


Tuckaseege 


55. 


Gastonia, First 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES ANNUAL REPORT 

EXECUTIVE 

1981— Ralph Farrar East Gastonia 

Larry Isaacs Stanley, First 

J. D, Williams Mt. Holly First 

1980 — Doug Baltzegar Anthony Grove 

Ralph Wilson Providence 

A. A. Bailey Bessemer City First 

1979 — Eugene Passmore Southside 

Glenn Caldwell Berea 

James Revis, Chairman Victory 

FINANCE 

198 1— Harold Rankin McAdenville 

Bob Withers Midway 

1980— Ray England Bingham 

Albert Leath. Cherryville, First 

1979 — Ray Helms, Chairman Tuckaseege 

Fred Crisp Long Creek 

NOMINATING 

1981 — Donna Atkins Unity, Belmont 

Jack Painter Belmont, First 

1980 — Eugene Johns Cramerton, First 

Worth Braswell Dallas 

1979— Billy Smith, Chairman Bethlehem 

Forest Roberts, Sr Gastonia, First 

MISSIONS 

1981— Betty Smith Bethlehem 

Ladd Maxwell Alexis 

1980— Howard Corley, Chairman Mt. Holly Second 

Stanley Howard Alexis 

1979— Charles Spence Unity, Belmont 

Mrs. Law Mobley Unity, Gastonia 

STEWARDSHIP 

1981 — Mack Pressley, Chairman Tuckaseege 

1980— J. J. Clark 

1979 — Charles Summey Gastonia, First 

EVANGELISM 

1981 — Richard Brown Catawba Heights 

1980 — Ronnie Berkman Bethlehem 

1979 — James Lowery, Chairman Chapel Grove 

CHRISTIAN LIFE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

198 1 — Jack Stafford, Chairman Lakeview 

1980— Earl Withers Community 

1979 — Douglas Mincey Calvary 

PROGRAM 

198 1 — Doug Aldrich Gastonia, First 

1980 — Law Mobley, Chairman Unity, Gastonia 

1979 — Miriam Jones East Belmont 

RESOLUTION 

1981— Dan Silver Shady Grove 

1980— Mrs. Yates Craig Stanley First 

1979 — Olna Daves, Chairman Providence 

ASSOCIATION PROPERTY 

198 1 — James Deal Unity, Belmont 

1980— Richard Bullis Flint Groves 

1979 — Love Dixon, Chairman Loray 



CONSTITUTION - 

1981— M. O. Owens, Jr Parkwood 

1 980— Walter Long Belmont, First 

1979— A. A. Bailey Bessemer City, First 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP 

1981 — Ray Helms Tuckaseege 

1980 — Robert Baynard, Chairman Mt. Zion 

1979— Troy Thomas Bethany 

ORDINATION 

1981— Harold Miller Gastonia, First 

Everette Wren Friendship 

1980 — Clarence McMahan Taylor Memorial 

Raymond White Loray 

1979 — Johnny Perry Maranatha 

Ralph Holcomb, Chairman Ridgeview 

SPECIAL COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES Bob Baynard, Chairman 

Charles Spence, Billy Miller, Marvin Willis 

Eleanor Craig, Juanita Meares 

Joe Campbell, Andy Raines 

ORDINATION STUDY COMMITTEE Walter Long, Chairman 

M. O. Owens, Flay Payne 
Eleanor Craig, James Adams 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

All Pastors are Members of the General Board 

Alexander Memorial — Mr. Donald Bentley, Mr. R. T. Buckner 

Alexis — Mrs. Ned Fisher, Mrs. Claude Bynum 

Anthony Grove 

Belmont, First — Rev. Jack A. Painter 

Berea — Mr. Robert Helms, Mr. Mike Haun 

Bessemer City, First — Rev. A. A. Bailey, Mrs. Floyd Noblett, Mr. Coye Hovis 

Bessemer City, Second 

Bethany — Mr. Joe C. Wilson, Mr. Kenny Lane, Mr. Henry Goble, 

Mr. Danny Williams 
Bethlehem — Mr. Eugene Heafner, Mr. Ronnie Berckman 
Bingham Memorial — Mr. Jack Reynolds, Mr. Jerry Taylor 
Brookleigh — Rev. R. E. Hicks, Mr. Harry Hughes 
Calvary 

Catawba Heights — Mr. J. C. Scott, Mr. Logan Huffstetler 
Cedar Grove — Mr. Harry Herd, Mr. Dennis Queen 
Centerview — Mr. Roscoe Lathan, Mr. Clinton King 
Chapel Grove — Mr. Joe Shook, Mr. Ed Deese, Mr. Parker Snyder 
Cherryville, First 
Cherryville, Second 

Chestnut Ridge — Rev. Mitchell Pruitt, Mr. Oscar Gleen, Jr., Mr. J. P. Bridges 
Christ Community 

Community — Mr. Lloyd Hedgepath, Mr. Dean Tate 
Cramerton, First — Mr. R. M. Pence, Mr. W. S. Haynie 
Dallas — Rev. Worth Braswell, Mr. Woodrow Green, Mr. Grady Price 
East Belmont — Rev. W. E. Jones, Rev. G. A. Campbell, Mr. Henry Traywick 
East, Gastonia 
Fairview 
Faith, Belmont 
Faith, Bessemer City 
Faith, Gastonia 

Flint-Groves — Mr. H. L. Cline, Mr. Gene Brown 
Fraley Memorial — Mr. J. W. Crews, Jr., Mr. W. A. Jordan, Mr. Mark Shuford 



Friendship — Rev. A. P, Millen, Mr. Mack Liner ; 

Gamble Hill 

Gaston 

Gastonia, First — Mr. Forest Roberts, Sr., Mr. Fred West 

Gateway — Mr. Frank Hudspeth, Mrs. Nancy Worrells, Mr. Darry Worrells 

Grace — Mr. G. B. Talley, Mr. Sam Michaels 

Hardin 

Hickory Grove — Mr. Jerry Brock, Mr. Charles Craig 

High Shoals, First — Mr. Ken Friday, Mr. Marshall Styles 

Holland Memorial — Mr. B. D. Calhoun, Ms. Pat Millwood, Rev. Kenneth Anthony 

Lakeview 

Long Creek Memorial — Mr. James Hovis, Jr., Mr. Gus Harper 

Loray — Mr. Robert Blalock, Jr., Mr. Dennis Cloninger, Jr. 

Love Memorial — Mr. Wilfred Sutton, Mr. Wade Putnam 

Lowell, First — Mr. Ralph McMahan, Mr. James Denton 

Macedonia — Mr. Lennell Keenum, Mr. Jack Raxter 

Maranatha 

McAdenville — Mr. Norman Hicks, Mr. Dick Roberts 

Midway — Mr. Larry Clinton, Mr. Charles Green 

Mt. Beulah — Mr. Horace Robinson, Mr. Dean Moffitt 

Mt. Holly, First— Mr. H. J. Lark, Mr. Allan Craig 

Mt. Holly, Second — Rev. Howard Corley 

Mt. Zion — Mr. Lyle Smith, Ms. Juanita Smith 

New Heights — Mr. Robert Tucker, Mr. Boyd Godfrey 

New Hope 

New Life, Belmont 

New Life, Stanley 

North Main — Rev. E. D. Wells, Mr. Larry Lowe 

Northside 

Oak Grove 

Parkwood — Mr. J. C. Smith, Mr. H. F. Lovingood 

Plainview — Mr. Joe Smith, Mr. Don Scott 

Providence — Mr. J. B. Towery, Mrs. Ruth E. Hottel 

Rankin Lake — Rev. Robert Cloninger, Mr. Neal Carpenter, Mr. Larry Blake 

Ranlo— Mr. Earl Day, Mr. Bill Smith 

Ridge — Rev. Westle Johnson, Rev. Gary Rankin, Mr. Bert Dockery 

Ridgeview — Mr. Gene Walls, Mr. Troy Martin 

Riverside 

Robinwood — Rev. G. R. Davis, Mr. Henry Parker 

Rosewood Lane 

Salem 

Sandy Plains — Mr. Clyde Etenton, Mr. Marcus Beaty 

Seventh Avenue 

Shady Grove — Mr. J. P. Hord, Rev. Amos Kiser 

South Marietta Street 

South Point — Mr. Welburn Johnson, Mr. Otis Martin, Mr. Ken Williams 

Southside — Rev. Eugene Passmore 

Springfield — Mr. Reggie Hayes, Mr. Raymond Vernon 

Stanley, First — Mr. Bob McGee, Mr. Steve McLean 

Stowe Memorial — Mr. Murley Anderson, Mr. Grady Hoyle 

Sunnyside — Mr. Ira Wright, Mr. Larry Wright 

Sunset Forest — Mr. Torrence Smith, Mr. Oscar Griffen 

Taylor Memorial 

Temple — Rev. Michael Sepaugh, Mr. Steve Beeler, Mr. Dean Stewart, 

Mr. David Jordan 
Trinity . 

Tuckaseege — Mr. Ray Helms, Mr. Houston Allison 
United, Belmont 

Unity, Belmont — Mr. Fred Helton, Mr. Jim Deal ' 

Unity, Gastonia — Mr. and Mrs. James Bumgardner 
Victory — Mr. P. B. McFarland, Mr. Carlee Henderson " 

Wesl. Cramerton — Mr. Jim Stamey, Mr. Roger Tench 
West Franklin Avenue — Rev. James Whitworth, Mr. Gene Hartis 
Woodlawn — Ms. Annell Jackson, Ms. Ruth Mattox 
Bethel — Barry Gantt 



FIRST DAY— CHAPEL GROVE 

October 19, 1978 
FIRST SESSION 

1. The 60th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was held at the 
Chapel Grove Baptist Church, Gastonia, N.C., and Ranlo Baptist Church, Ranlo, N.C. 

2. The session was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. Mack Pressley at 
2:00 p.m. 

3. The worship session was under the direction of Mr. Terry Watts, Minister of 
Music at Woodlawn Baptist Church in Lowell, N. C, who led the congregation in 
singing "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms". He read from the 96th Psalm. Mr. Watts 
then sang two songs. 'The World Didn't Give It To Me and the the World Can't Take 
It Away", and "The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power". He was accompanied by 
Mrs. Peggy Evington on the piano. 

4. Special prayer was held for Mr. E. L. Spivey. This prayer was led by Rev. 
Hoyle Alexander. 

5. Committee Reports: 

A. Enrollment: Mrs. Dean Tate, Associational Clerk, made the motion that 
the 286 messengers now registered and those who will register constitute the 
60th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. The motion was made 
and seconded. (348 messengers. 86 visitors, and 16 alternates were enrolled). 
A great number of people fail to register. 

B. Program: Rev. Law Mobley, Chairman of the Program Committee, 
made the motion that the printed program constitute the order of service for the 
60th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. The motion was made 
and seconded. 

C. Committee on Committees: Rev. Bob Baynard, Chairman, made the 
motion that the written report of the Committee be adopted. This was seconded 
and carried. (See Table of Contents for the page number of this report.) 

D. Missions Committee: Mr. Howard Corley, Chairman, presented two 
new candidates for new churches in our association. They are: Marantha Baptist 
Church under the leadership of Rev. Johnny Perry and Brookleigh Baptist under 
the leadership of Rev. Richard Hicks. They were accepted and given the right 
hand of fellowship. 

E. Nominating Committee: Mr. Billy Smith, Chairman, gave the report of 
the nominating committee and moved its adoption. This was seconded and car- 
ried. (See Table of Contents for the report of this committee.) 

F. Stewardship Committee: Mr. Charles Summey, Chairman, asked the 
adoption of the printed material. (See Table of Contents for the report of this 
committee.) Listed below are the goals that were suggested for this year: 

(1) Every church in the association giving something through the 
Cooperative Program for Bold Missions Thrust Support. 

(2) Every church in the association increasing the percentage of the 
total budget income given through the Cooperative Program. 

(3) Every church in the association increasing the percentage of the 
total budget income for the support of associational missions. 

G. Rev. James Lowery welcomed everyone to Chapel Grove Baptist 
Church. 

6. Organizational Reports: 

A. W. M. U. Report: Mrs. Delene Russell gave her report and moved its 
adoption. It was carried. Mrs. Russell informed everyone that the Lord has been 
blessing in our Associational WMU. We had good attendance at our fall leader- 
ship conference with over 400 women in attendance. Our associational workers 
have been privileged to go into several churches in our association. Mrs. Russell 
said that in March during the Week of Prayer, we were privileged to have Mary 
Lewis from New York with us. She went into several churches and showed slides 
and told of her -work in Harlem, New York. The highlights of our year was the 
59th Annual Meeting held at Long Creek Baptist Church. We were privileged to 
have with us Ms. Martha Franks, a retired missionary to China, as our guest 
speaker. There were 350 women in attendance. Several activities were held this 
year. In May, the Baptist Women had a delightful time of fellowship at Provi- 

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dence Baptist Church with guest speaker, Mrs. Hoyt Roberts. On September 9, 
Baptist Young Women held an Enlistment Enlargement Tea at Flint Groves 
Baptist Church. 

Mr. Hoyt Roberts spoke at a Mission Friends Banquet at East Belmont 
Baptist. Mrs. Russell stated that this has been a successful year for the WMU. 
It has been a year of change, and progress. Our goal is to have a successful WMU 
in every church. 

B. Church Training: Mr. Worth Braswell presented to everyone the pam- 
phlets that are available to the Church Training Program. They are Resources 
for Discipleship-Development. 

He reported to us about the printed report in our program. The three meet- 
ings that were held this year were: M Night at Chapel Grove Baptist Church, 
Youth Night at Mount Holly Second, and Children's Bible Drill at Dallas Baptist. 

C. Sunday School: Mr. Harry McCall expressed his thanks and appreci- 
ation to all the workers in the Sunday School Division. He thanked everyone for 
making the Bold Mission Bible Conference such a success. A total of 3,059 
people participated in the conference. He informed us that Vacation Bible School 
enrollment was 4,596. 

The following proposals were made to challenge everyone in the Sunday 
School Departments: 

(1) To increase the Associational Sunday School team from five to 
twelve members to more effectively train the new workers that will be 
necessary. 

(2) To consider the possibility of area training workshops to reach more 
churches and leaders. 

(3) To plan and conduct a Bible Venture Campaign, September 22-26, 
1979. It will be patterned after the Sunday School Enlargement Campaign 
with the added feature of Teaching-Learning Improvement. 

(4) To encourage churches to invite workers from area church to attend 
training projects when possible. 

7. Mrs. Peggy Evington led the congregation in the singing of three hymns, 
"Revive Us Again", "Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus", and "To God Be the Glory". 

8. World Mission Conference: Mrs. Dot Allred informed us that the Gaston 
Association will hold a World Mission Conference March 1-4, 1979. There are 43 
churches now participating in this conference. Mrs. Allred informed everyone that 
we had 75 in attendance at our Foreign Mission Study Institute at Bessemer City First. 
On January 22, 1979 there will be a Home Mission Study Institute. 

9. Rev. M. O. Owens informed everyone about the problem with alcohol. Rev. 
Owens brought up liquor by the drink referendum. He brought before us that the 
ABC store referendum should be voted on before the liquor by the drink issue. He 
informed us that he had petitions ready for Gastonia residents to take to get signa- 
tures for this ABC store referendum. 

10. Dr. Hoyle Allred was recognized to make some announcements. He an- 
nounced that James Robinson would be at Ashbrook High School for one night rally 
November 10. (Meeting was postponed and is to be schduled for late winter.) He also 
announced that the calendars were ready for distribution. Each church receives five 
calendars. Each additional one is $1.00. 

11. The session was dismissed for a break and reconvened at 4:05. 

12. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Mr. James Lowery, Chairman of Evangelism, presented plaques to the 
people who helped on committees in the James Robinson Crusade. They are: 
Mr. Max Pendleton, Dr. Hoyle Allred, Mrs. Letha Ballard. Mrs. Dorothy Allred, 
Mr. James Whitworth, Mr. Fred West. Mr. Jerry Campl>ell. Mr. M. O. Owens, 
Mr. Gerald Webb. Mr. James Barnes, and Mr. Richard Brown. 

Rev. Jack Painter presented a plaque to Mr. James Lowery. This was in 
appreciation for his contribution to the success of the James Robinson Crusade. 

B. Constitutional Committee: Mr. Walter Long, chairman, brought to the 
body the first reading of a constitutional change that would be recommended on 
the second day of the meeting. 

13. Mr. Mack Pressley asked for all new pastors and staff workers to be recog- 
nized at this time. All were introduced at this time and all visitors. Visitors are listed 
elsewhere in the minutes. 

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14. Assocational Missions: 

A. Mr. Mack Pressley reported on the highlights of the General Board 
Meetings. 

B. Executive Committee: Mr. Jack Painter, Chairman, presented the Exec- 
utive Committee's report and it was received as information. It reads as follows: 

It has been a privilege for me to serve as chairman of the very faithful 
and dedicated Executive Committee this year which is composed of both 
laymen and pastors. We have met the first Monday morning of each month 
with July being the exception. We have also had several called meetings to 
deal with various business matters that needed immediate attention. 

At each monthly meeting we acted upon the routine business within our 
jurisdiction and referred to the General Board matters of business that needed 
broader consideration by all the churches represented at the General Board. 
We also received a written report each month of the work done by Dr. Hoyle 
Allred, our Director of Missions and Rev. Yates Campbell who directs our 
Christian Social Ministries Work. Their reports are always reviewed and 
questions are asked relative to their work and responsibilities and ministries. 
Both Mr. Allred and Mr. Campbell have always been able to satisfy our 
inquisitive minds concerning their schedule and work. Therefore, I feel that 
we can report to you without any reservations that our association is in very 
dedicated and capable hands under its present leadership. We feel most for- 
tunate in having the quality of staff that is found at the Gaston Association 
Building. Mrs. Dot Allred is recognized. as a leader not only in the Gaston 
Association, but she is also known for her expertise throughout our State 
and Southern Baptist Convention. We thank God for her fine work as our 
Promotional Secretary. 

Then too, the office secretary. Mrs. Judy Cook, and our case worker, 
Mrs. Wilma Stinnette, use their talents, and faithfulness to the cause of 
Christ to serve this association in such an efficient manner. Mr. Fred West, 
our Associational Treasurer, has always been faithful in providing us with a 
detailed accounting of our budget. 

Remember that our Director, Dr. Allred and Mr. Campbell, and the 
entire staff are at the office to serve all the churches in the name of Christ 
for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God here and around the world. 

I think I am correct in saying that the Gaston Association has more 
Baptist churches in it than any other in North Carolina. This is both good 
and bad, to our advantage and disadvantage. 

We have all heard the saying, "Divide and conquer." Well, sometimes 
the devil gets to working in some of our congregations to the point that he 
gets the people so divided that he conquers and wins a victory. But then 
there are times the division causes a group to split off and form another 
church in another part of the community or association. When this happens 
the new church will often be used in a strange way to conquer a section of 
the association for the Lord that the other neighboring churches have failed 
to reach. Therefore, the large number of churches our association seeks to 
serve sometimes causes our leadership to have mixed emotions along with 
their pride in the work and support and cooperation manifested. 

Because of the divisions within some of our churches the associational 
building has been used from time to time as the meeting place for some of 
our newer churches during their organizational and planning stages. There- 
fore, it became necessary for the Executive Committee to draw up a policy 
with some guidelines for the use of the Baptist Building by various groups 
who wish to use its facilities. 

The Executive Committee helped in the planning, coordinating and 
promotion of the James Robinson Crusade in June. Surely God touched 
many lives through this evangelistic effort. And we wish to commend the 
many individuals and churches that cooperated so meaningfully in making 
this a successful crusade. 

Throughout the year the Executive Committee has been conscious of 
the Bold Mission Thrust undertaken by Southern Baptists and in order for 
our association to do our part in reaching some bold goals to the Cooperative 
Program and missions, and in baptisms and in Sunday School and church 
membership, we appoint a committee with Rev. Raymond White as chair- 

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man, to set some Bold Mission Goals for the Association to adopt. 

Mr. Painter presented a check and recognized Mrs. Judy Cook's five 
years of service at the Associational office. 

C. Treasurer's Report: In the absence of Mr. Fred West, Mrs. Dot Allred 
gave this report and moved its adoption. The motion was made and seconded. 
(See Table of Contents for the page number of the auditor's report which concurs 
with the treasurer's report.) 

D. Finance Committee: In the absence of Mr. Ray Helms, Mr. Fred Crisp 
presented the budget for 1978-1979. He moved the adoption of the budget. The 
motion was carried. The budget is printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

15. According to Hoyle: Dr. Hoyle Allred, Director of Missions, spoke to us 
briefly on Bold Missions. He said that when he thought of Bold Missions, he thought 
of people. He said that when he thought of our association and how it has been sup- 
ported by prayers and that each person can spread the gospel. Dr. Allred urged every- 
one to get involved in the years 1978-1979. Everyone should be Bold for Christ. 

16. Mr. Alan Putnam led the congregation in singing "Love Lifted Me". The 
Dallas Ensemble from Dallas Baptist Church presented two songs for us. They were 
"Love", and "Would You". 

17. Dr. Jerry Wallace from Campbell College brought an inspiring message to us. 

18. Mr. James Lowery, host pastor, gave instructions concerning the meal that 
was to be served. 

19. The First Session was adjourned with prayer. A delicious meal was served 
and enjoyed by everyone present. 

SECOND SESSION 

20. The evening session was opened at 7:00 p.m. with the Chapel Grove Choir 
presenting the music. The songs were as follows: "Behold He Cometh", "Lead on 
Medley", "No Not One,,' and "He Lives". The choir was under the direction of Mr. 
Joel Harris, Minister of Music at Chapel Grove Church. 

21. Memorial Report: Mrs. Judy Cook gave an inspiring talk on the loved ones 
who had passed on to be with our Lord. She wanted us to think about what kind of 
footprints were we leaving for Christ when we leave this earth. (See Table of Contents 
for the pages on which the list of deceased members of the Associational churches 
appear.) 

22. Missions Report: 

A. Home Missions: Mr. Yates Campbell, Director of Christian Social Min- 
istries, referred to the printed Home Missions report and moved its adoption. 
Mr. Campbell informed everyone that by 1982, 5,000 volunteers are needed in 
the mission field. (Excerpts are printed elsewhere in the minutes.) 

B. Foreign Missions: Mrs. Carl Bates gave the Foreign Mission Board Re- 
port. Mrs. Bates had served on the Foreign Mission Board for eight years. Mrs. 
Bates urged everyone to give of their time and money to help support the mission 
fields. She urged everyone to pray that around the world, the work of the Holy 
Spirit will be at work. (Mrs. Bates has a printed report on foreign missions else- 
where in the minutes.) 

23. Mission Feature — Mrs. Catherine Painter presented an original monologue 
for us and concluded it with the singing of "The Lord's Prayer". 

24. Mr. Mack Pressley, Moderator, gave some highlight figures from our church 
letters as compared to 1977. 



Membership 

Gifts to Cooperative Program 

Total Gifts to Missions 

Total Receipts 

Baptisms 

Other additions 

Sunday School 

Church Music 

Church Training 

WMU 

Brotherhood 



1977 1978 



40,543 


40,961 


743,587 


808,706 


1,264,585 


1,814,279 


6,808,952 


7,425,099 


1,061 


1,009 


1,356 


1,412 


25,132 


24,852 


5,491 


5,886 


5,980 


6,017 


5,981 


5,885 


2,916 


2,836 



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As of now we were 1 1 letters short in getting- all the church letters. (Churches 
should get their letters in prior to the Associational Meeting that these figures may be 
complete and no church left out. Clerks try two weeks early next year.) 

25. Miscellaneous Business: Mr. Elvin Jones presented a resolution to be adopted 
by the Gaston Baptist Association to oppose any change in the method of electing 
trustees of the institutions of our Baptist State Convention, and that we further believe 
that these trustees should be active members of our North Carolina Baptist churches 
cooperating with the Baptist State Convention. We also believe any change in these 
matters will have a tremendous effect on our development of Bold Missions and our 
support of any institutions which do not continue the election of trustees in accord- 
ance with the provisions of our present North Carolina Baptist Convention constitu- 
tion. This motion was seconded and carried. A copy of this motion was sent to the 
following people: Mr. Mark Cons, Mr. Bob Shepherd, Mr. Cecil Ray, Mr. Frank 
Campbell, Biblical Recorder, Dr. Ralph Scales, and Wake Forest Convention Relation 
Committee. Responses were received from Mr. Bob Shepherd and the Wake Forest 
Convention Relation Committee. 

26. Librarian Report: Mrs. Johnnie Morton, Librarian, gave the following report: 
In January of this year we held a Media Center Workshop at the Gaston Baptist 
Building and in September we held a joint workshop with Mecklenburg Association. 
We are planning another workshop later in 1979. 

In August the Media Center directors of our association took part in the Bold 
Mission Thrust Conference at Unitey Baptist Church, Gastonia. 

The new slides entitled. Who Are Gaston Baptists, are now ready. If you would 
like to have them presented in your church, you may contact Dr. Allred. 

We need to have a Media Center in each church of our association, no matter 
how small or large it might be, to help in our Bold Mission Thrust. 

Let's help one another the Media Center Way. Listed below is a list of material 
available: 

circulation '77 circulation '78 



16 MM Films 


58 


37 


"Unchained Goodness" 


■ - , • 




"Good News for New Readers' 






"Rope of Sand" 






( "The Devil and the Association 






"Explain Me a Missionary" 






"A Missionary Purpose" 






*"Born to Serve" 






*"An Act of Love" 






*"Planned Parenthood for Churches" 






Filmstrips 


263 


304 


Slide Sets 


24 


17 


Equipment • < i 


158 


186 


Tapes and Cassettes 


9 


12 



We have a total of 398 filmstrips on hand; plus 3 new cassettes, 4 new slide sets, 
and 2 new movies, indicated by *. 

27. Ordination Committee: Mr. Ralph Holcomb, chairman, gave the following 
report: 

The ordination committee met six times during the year for the purpose of 
examining the following people for the gospel. The following candidates were 
recommended: Mr. Fain Farmer, Ms. Meredith Neill, Mr. Jeff Messer, Mr. Andy 
Strain, Mr. Bob Duncan, and Mr. Larry Gaddis. 

28. The choir from Unity Baptist Church presented the special music under the 
direction of Mr. Herman Motsinger. The choir sang 'I Will Praise Him and "Thy Will 
Be Done". Mr. Motsinger led the congregation in the singing of "Holy, Holy, Holy". 

29. Rev. Law Mobley, pastor of Unity Baptist Church, presented the message en- 
titled "The Blessings of Oneness". This message is printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

30. The evening session was closed in prayer by Mr. Law Mobley. 

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SECOND DAY— RANLO BAPTIST 
October 20, 1978 
THIRD SESSION 

31. The Morning Session was opened with the hymn "Bringing in the Sheaves" 
under the direction of Mr. Jerry Watts. Mrs. Peggy Evington sang "The Field is the 
World". Rev. Perry Huffstetler led in our devotional. He told the story of the Good 
Samaritan and related it to our day and time. 

32. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Mr. Walter Long presented a motion concerning a change in the con- 
stitution pertaining to the Ordination Committee. It reads as follows: 

In compliance with the mandate of the Associational Board at its Janu- 
ary meeting with reference to the ordination committee, I offer the following 
motion; that item 12 under article VIII be deleted from the Constitution. 
Item 12 reads as follows: The Ordination Committee shall be composed of 
six pastors. 

The motion was not passed. It did not carry 2/3 of the votes. 

B. Historian Committee: Mr. J. P. Williams, chairman, gave his report. It 
is printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

C. Evangelism Report: Mr. James Lowery, chairman, gave this report. Mr. 
Lowery expressd his thanks for the cooperation of the people involved in the 
James Robison Crusade. The following decisions were made during the crusade: 

428 Professions of faith 
527 Rededications 
112 Other decisions 
1,067 Total Decisions 
Mr. Lowery's challenge to all was "Everyone Win One". 

33. Mr. Mack Pressley, Moderator, appointed the Committee on Committees for 
1979. They are: Mr. Bob Baynard, Chairman; Mr. Charles Spence, Mr. Billy Miller, 
Mr. Marvin Willis. Mrs. Eleanor Craig, Mrs. Juanita Meares, Mr. Joe Campbell, and 
Mr. Andy Raines. 

34. Christian Social Ministries: 

A. Mrs. Wilma Stinnette, caseworker for the Gaston Baptist Association, 
gave her report. She reported that thus far this month there had been 66 clothing 
orders, 14 utilities, 5 medical bills, 18 food orders, 2 for transportation, and 17 
household articles. 

Mrs. Stinnette said that most of the people helped were unchurched people. 
Volunteers are needed to help. (See Table of Contents for the final statistics.) 

B. Mr. Calvin Knight gave the Baptist Hospital report. He said that there 
were two things that he kept before the workers. TTiey are: that it is first a hos- 
pital, a minister of healing and second that it is a Baptist Hospital. This is a 
challenge to minister to the whole person, emotional, physical, and spiritual. 
Mr. Knight wanted to thank everyone for their support. 

C. Children's Homes: Dr. Elizabeth Wagoner wanted to thank everyone 
for their financial support. She said that this would be the last year we took a 
Children's Offering that went directly to the Children's Home. Next year, the 
State Offering will distribute the money throughout the areas of the Children's 
Homes, Baptist Hospital, and others. Dr. Wagoner informed us that there are 
many parents in North Carolina who do not want their children. Dr. Wagoner 
said that many Family Resource Centers were being set up. Mr. Phillip Morrow 
is head of the center in Charlotte. He spoke to us briefly stating that he would 
work with our association to help establish the program. 

D. Homes for the Aging: Mr. Ralph Cannon gave the report on the aging. 
He said that more people were being added to the waiting list. Mr. Cannon told 
us about the following homes we had in our state. They are: Resthaven in 
Winston-Salem; Hayes Home in Winston-Salem; Albermarle Home; Hamilton 
Home; The Yanceyville Home; and the Western North Carolina Baptist Home 
in Asheville. 

E. Biblical Recorder: Mr. Marse Grant spoke to us briefly. He said that 
local pastors were the best to help counsel and visit with people. He said that 

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the local pastor could always be counted upon to be there to visit and to witness 
to those round about him. 

35. The session was dismissed for a break to be reconvened at 11:30 a.m. 

36. Mr. Raymond White, Chairman of the Bold Mission Thrust Committee, 
brought fifteen recommendations from the committee to be voted on at the annual 
meeting. (See Table of Contents for the page number listing all of the recommen- 
dations and budget goals.) 

37. Mr. Mack Pressley appointed the committee to check into the ordination 
committee. They are: Mr. Walter Long, Chairman; Mr. M. O. Owens, Mr. Flay 
Payne, Mrs. Eleanor Craig, and Mr. James Adams. 

38. Mr. T. A. Lineberger spoke to us concerning the South Mountain Camp. He 
said that on November 4, 1978, they were having a School of Prayer from 10:00 a.m. 
until 4:00 p.m. 

39. Our annual meeting places for 1979 were announced. They will be held at 
South Marietta Street Baptist Church, the first day, October 25th; and Mt. Zion 
Baptist Church, the second day, October 26th. 

40. Mrs. Betty Flynn from Flint Groves Baptist Church presented the special 
music. She sang "Until Then", accompanied by Mrs. Peggy Evington on the piano. 

41. Rev. R. Logan Carson, pastor of Christ Community Baptist Church, pre- 
sented the doctrinal message entitled "Ain't God Good". 

42. Resolutions Committee: Mr. Flay Payne gives the following report of this 
committee: 

WHEREAS God has blessed as we have joined together in this 60th Annual 
Session of the Gaston Baptist Association; and we have had our spirits lifted 
and our hearts challenged by those things which we have seen and heard, be it 
therefore resolved: 

(1) That we thank God for His grace and goodness to us and all of these 
blessings. 

(2) That we express our appreciation to our program committee for a fine 
program, and to all who gave of themselves to carry it through. 

(3) That we express our appreciation to our good moderator, R. Mack Press- 
ley and those who worked with him in leading us so well in these sessions. 

(4) That we extend to the pastors and membership, James A. Lowery and 
Chapel Grove; Perry Huffstetler, Jr. and Ranlo our heartfelt gratitude for their 
gracious hospitality and provisions. 

(5) That we commend our Director of Missions, Hoyle Allred, our associ- 
ational staff, and host of other workers for another year's work well done. 

(6) That we return to our churches with determination to carry through 
with those things God has shown us we are to do. 

43. The 60th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was dismissed in 
prayer by Rev. Worth Braswell. 

MESSENGERS 

If your name does not appear below, you failed to register. Please do so next year. 
Alexander Memorial — R. T. Buckner 
Alexis — Lena Bynum, Jean Clippard, Martha S. Deason, Michael D. Deason, Fred L. 

Payne, Mrs. Lee Stroupe, Nancy W. Stroupe, Ralph W. Stroupe 
Anthony Grove — Rev. Doug Baltzegar, Beulah Hood, Betty Porter 
Belmont, First — Mrs. L. B. Bass, David H. Best, Walter N. Long, Mrs. Walter N. 

Long, Rev. Jack A. Painter 
Berea — Rev. Glenn H. Caldwell, Sr., Cathy Simpson 
Bessemer City, First — Rev. A. A. Bailey, Eugene Bumgardner, Claude F. Lipford, 

Floyd Noblett 
Bethlehem— Rev. & Mrs. Billy Smith 
Bethany — Ken Lane, James L. Leagan, Rev. Troy Thomas 
Bingham Memorial — Mozelle Badger, Rev. Curtis R. England, Ray W. England, 

Ethel Farmer, Betty Ford, Oscar Polk, Sr. 
Brookleigh — Rev. Richard E. Hicks, Ethel McClure, Virginia M. Perkins, Dallas 

Phillips. Lela Warren 
Calvary — Rev. Bobbie H. Belcher, Irene Belcher, Billy Deaton, Nancy Deaton, 

Coleman Lee, Julia Ratchford, Nannie Walls 

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Catawba Heights — M. Logan Huffstetler, Barbara Martin, Denby Mullis, Rev. J. 

Howard Mauldin, Kenneth Whitener, Tommy Williams 
Cedar Grove — Margie B. Heath 
Centerview — Mrs. R. W. Beaty, Mrs. O. G. Liles 
Chapel Grove — Leta Ballard, Roger Benoy, Brenda Boyd, Virginia Johnson, Rev. & 

Mrs. Joel Harris, Rev. James A. Lowery, Laura Steedly, Ellen Williams 
Cherryville, First — Mrs. W. N. Williams 
Cherryville, Second — Rev. & Mrs. Keith Love 

Chestnut Ridge — Burling King, Rev. Mitchell Pruitt, Millard Putnam 
Christ Community — Rev. & Mrs. R. Logan Carson, Lacy Patterson 
Community — E. R. Bumgarner, Lucille Fowler, Rev. R. S. Simmons, Stella Simmons, 

Lola Scott, Sandra Tate 
Cramerton, First — Mrs. D. M. Ballard, Essie Hillard, Rev. Eugene D. Johns, James 

Kelly, Irma Price 
Dallas — Grady Price, Mrs. Grady Price, Alan Putnam 
East Belmont — E. K. Adam, Rev. & Mrs. Gerald A. Campbell, Rev. W. Elvin Jones, 

Mrs. W. Elvin Jones, Mrs. Brenda Robinson 
East, Gastonia — Rev. Harry C. Hand, W. E. Porter, Fern Smith, Ward A. Smith, Mrs. 

Ester G. Stewart 
Fairview — J. E. & Maudie Holcombe, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Kanipe, Rev. Flay Payne 
Faith, Gastonia — Rev. A. R. Nolen, Lois Nolen, Charles B. Simmey 
Flint Groves— Clitus S. Blackwell, Rev. Raleigh Castelloe, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. John E. 

Christopher, Mrs. Peggy Evington, Ferrie Ewing, Betty Flynn, Mrs. Fred 

Saunders, Richard L. Young 
Fraley Memorial — Rev. Harold D. Miller, Mary Spargo, Doil Whitner 
Friendship — Ruby Auten, Rev. John Everett Wren, Lucy Brumbalow 
Gamble — Mr. & Mrs. Matt Carringer 

Gastonia, First — Rev. A. Douglas Aldrich, Forest Roberts, Sr., Mrs. Lester D. White 
Gaston — Rev. & Mrs. Hazel Boyd 
Gateway — Rev. Kenneth M. Bowen, J. Frank Hudspeth 
Grace — Janice A. Robinson, Tula Shives 

Hardin — Rev. Ronnie Fain Farmer, Charles Little, Ann Propst 
Hickory Grove — Ernest Buckner, Mrs. Ernest Buckner, Jack Hamrick, Vera Line- 

berger, Rev. Dean Proctor 
High Shoals, First — Mildred Robinson, Lucile Weatherford 
Holland Memorial — Audrey Ballard, Cindy Owens 
Lakeview — Cora Lee Jenkins, Toney Payne, Rev. Jackie T. Stafford 
Long Creek Memorial — Mr. & Mrs. Gary Addington, Bertha G. Barnes, Mrs. Doris 

Branton, Rev. & Mrs. Fred Crisp, Mr. & Mrs. Marvin McGinnis 
Loray — Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Barton, Don C. Benfield, Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Blalock, 

J. O. Beddingfield, Virgil F. Collette, R. Love Dixon, Mrs. Love Dixon, Wilma 
Love Memorial — Mrs. Betty Baumgarner, Mrs. Ona LeCroy, Mrs. Thelma Long, 

Smith, Rev. Raymond H. White 

Rev. David B. McMahan, Mr. & Mrs. Artis A. Gates, Juliette Segars, Mr. & Mrs. 

R. M. Sronce 
Maranatha — Johnny Mayes, Rev. Johnnie Perry, Roy Rayfield 
Midway — Mr. & Mrs. Glenn T. Green. Bob Withers 
McAdenville — Lottie Knowles, Billy Miller, Betty Pannell, Mr. & Mrs. Odell Rankin, 

Bessie Rumfelt 
Mt. Beulah — Mrs. William Beam, Mr. & Mrs. Victor McSwain, Mrs. Dean Moffitt, 

Rev. Andy Raines, Ethel Stroupe 
Mt. Holly, First — Mrs. Janie Anderson, Mrs. Archie Beaver, Harry McCall, Jr., 

J. D. Williams 
Mt. Holly, Second — Catherine Ballard, Howard Corley, Mrs. Betty Corley, Jack R. 

Riley, Laura Wilkie 
Mt. Zion — Robert Baynard, Sally Helms, Alpha Huffman, Mrs. Juanita Smith, Wilma 

M. Willis 
New Heights — Alva D. Batchler. Leola Cook. Mr. & Mrs. Boyd Godfrey, Edna Pruitt, 

Sally Webber 
New Hope — Yates Campbell, Peggy Hovis 
New Life, Stanley — Rev. Franklin Hartman, Mrs. Glenn Rhyne 
North Main — Mr. & Mrs. Ranson R. Bentley, Eureth Poe, Rev. E. D. Wells 
Northside — Rev. & Mrs. C. V. Garver, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Hedgepeth, Mary Peake 
Oakgrove — Rev. T. C. Ayers 
Parkwood — Dr. & Mrs. Hoyle Allred, Rev. M. O. Owens, Jr. 

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Plainview — Mrs. Diane Gates, Bessie Evans, Blois Stroup, Raymond L. Walters 

Providence — Mr. & Mrs. W. W. Daves, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Hottel 

Rankin Lake — Larry Blake, F. W. Lineberger 

Ranlo — Billy J. Dill, Louise EIrod, Mollie High, Rev. & Mrs. Perry Huffstetler, 

Johnnie Morton, Nell Paysour 
Ridgeview — Ralph Holcomb, Weldon Rumfelt 
Ridge — Gary L. Rankin, Joy Rankin 

Robinwood — Mrs. G. R. Davis, J. B. Hoffman , -' 

Salem — Carl Wall, George Cline 
Sandy Plains — Fred Denton, Ora Denton, Leo A. Falls, Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Frank, 

Minnie Roberts, Marvin H. Willis, Mrs. Marvin Willis 
Shady Grove — Rev. & Mrs. A. M. Kiser, Earl Sellers, Dan W. Silver 
South Marietta Street — Rev. & Mrs. Hoyle B. Alexander, Sr. — Hazel Hudgins, Mrs. 

Clyde Moss, Mrs. Dura Truitt, Ollie Yancey 
South Point — Bill Abrams, Dianne Abrams, Pat Hasbrouck 
Southside — Eugene Passmore 
Springfield — Charles Massey, Rev. Andrew Sipe 
Stanley, First — Clyde Armstrong, Larry Isaacs, Raymond C. Johns, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. 

Bob McGee 
Sunnyside — Rev. Andy Broughton, Margaret Wright 
Sunset Forest — Torrence Smith 
Taylor Memorial — C. R. McMahan, J. M. Norville 
Temple — Leonard Bumgardner, Mrs. Clyde Costner, Mrs. Betty Massey, Mrs. Alice 

Michaels, Rev. Michael Sepaugh, Carol W. Sepaugh, Mamie Stevens 
Tuckaseege — Clemmer Loneler, Mrs. G. L. Nichols, Rev. & Mrs. R. Mack Pressley 
Unity. Gastonia — Lela C. Bradley, Mr. & Mrs. James A. Bumgardner, Ruth Cham- 
pion, Bill Hedrick, Rev. & Mrs. Law M. Mobley, Herman Motsinger, Pauline 

Pearson, Herbert Poole, Pauline Shults, Mrs. W. B. Wallace 
Unity Belmont — Cora S. Clawson, Rev. Charles M. Spence, Sr., Belle Wall 
Victory — Rev. James E. Revis 
West Cramerton — Rev. James Barnes, Ruby Aldridge, Mrs. Brenda H. Carr, Mrs. 

Annie Grant, Edith Pryor 
West Franklin Avenue — Mrs. Betty Brafford, Elsie S. Eckerd, Janie E. Large, Ruth 

Whitworth, James A. Whitworth 
Woodlawn — Velma Earley, Virginia Fulbright, Ruth S. Mattox, lola McCraw, W. A. 

McKnight, Sam Mitchem, Carroll North, Ruth Peek, Jerry Watts, Jessie Stafford 
The following are people who were messengers, but did not list which church: 

Mrs. Lola Alexander, Wayne Beam, Mr. & Mrs. Brice N. Black, Mrs. Doris 

Branton, Mozelle Duncan, Gladys Heavner, Eric A. Holmes, Rev. E. R. Jordan, 

Burlen King, Charles Little, Mrs. O. T. Polk, Millard Putnam, Mr. & Mrs. 

Leonard Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Perry Smith, Bill Wise, Margaret Wright 

ALTERNATES 

Geneva Abemathy, Penny Arrowood, Mrs. P. W. Bailey, Jr., Bernice Bradley, 
Oscar H. Bolch, Judy Cook, Edith Edison, Barbara Ensley, Bryan Hudgins, 
Rachel Kester, Myra Martin, William H. Mauney, Tommy Puckett, Jr., Carroll 
Propst, Janet Self, Wilma Stinnette 

VISITORS 

Juanita Alexander, Laura Baltzegar, Nancy Beauchamp, Jane B. Best, Rev. & 
Mrs. Worth Braswell. Richard Brown, Lana Bumgardner, Benny Caldwell, Nancy 
Calvert, Ralph L. Cannon, Mrs. Ralph Cannon, Ms. Bessie Cannon, Ralph B. 
Carpenter, Mrs. Robert J. Cash, Myrtle Clary, Rochell Clary, Dennis B. Clonin- 
^ ger, Jr., Rev. Ben R. Coley, O. R. Costner, Mr. & Mrs. Dave Crawford, Barry 
Crenshaw, Rev. Girlie R. Davis Ethel Farmer, Ralph Farrar, John Gaddis, Pearl 
Gaddis, June Galloway, Mr. & Mrs. Marse Grant, Lloyd B. Hales, Joline Hall, 
J. P. Hord. Mrs. O. H. Harrison. Johnny Heath, Joann Heavener, Max B. Heave- 
ner, Karen Herron. Cliff Hege, Mrs. Cliff Hege, Mrs. Marshall D. High, Shirley 
Hoffman. J. E. Holcombe, Maudie Holcombe, Marjorie Holland. Phyllis Holmes, 
B. Paul Home. Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Huffstetler, Mrs. Perry Huffstetler, Ethel 
Jones, Rev. Estel R. Jordan, Mrs. R. L. Justus, Calvin Knight, T. A. Lineberger, 
Peggy Lowery. Ladd Maxwell, Wanda B. Mayes, Annie McKnight, Mrs. Harold 
Miller. Sam R. Mitchem. Ms. H. S. Murphy, Max Pendleton, Loretta Purkey, 
F. C. Roberts, Sr.. Nell Robinson. Lana Rogers, Carolyn Russell, Mandy Searcy, 
Mrs. Earl Sellers, Donna Sills, Mr. & Mrs. Don Sills, Kay Sisk, Kathleen Smith, 

i '' '' '-^ 

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Mrs. George C. Smith, Jean Sosebee, Dale Tate, Thelma Turner, Terry Usery, 
Mrs. W. R. Wagoner, Rev. T. M. Walker, Jewell Wall, Jerry M. Wallace, Mr. & 
Mrs. Richard E. Wallace, Frank Welch, Mildred Welch, Mrs. E. D. Wells, Bill 
Williams 

CHURCH ANNIVERSARIES 1979 



10th 


North Main 


15th 


Midway 




Parkwood 


20th 


Gaston 




Grace 




Salem 


25th 


Bessemer City, Second 




Community 




Trinity 


30th 


Friendship 




Macedonia 




Sunnyside 




West Cramerton 


35th 


Unity, Gastonia 


40th 


Berea 


60th 


Ranlo 


85th 


Cherryville, First 


00th 


Dallas 



OUR BELOVED DEAD 



ALEXANDER MEMORIAL 
Mr. Walker Drennan 
Mrs. S. A. Stroup 

ALEXIS 

Mrs. Loyd D. Proctor 
Mrs. Miles Helderman 
Mrs. Janet L. Grouse 
Mrs. Marvin Robinson 

ANTHONY GROVE 

Mrs. Elsie Brooks 

BELMONT, FIRST 
Mr. Eugene Abee 
Mr. T. W. Hudspeth (Deacon) 
Mr. John W. Byrd 
Mr. Avery Fisher 
Miss Pearle Abemathy 
Mr. Talmadge Belcher 
Mr. John E. Smith 
Mrs. Ted (Judy) Neagle 

BEREA 

Mrs. Elsie Bennett ; 

Mrs. Minnie Hall 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST 

Mrs. W. A. (Mary) Home, Sr. 
Mrs. Mary Ann Capps 
Mrs. A. H. (Verna) Harmon 
Mrs. Miles (Nell) Rhyne 
Mr. Berry E. Melton 
Miss Florence Flowers 
Rev. William P. Bumgardner 



CATAWBA HEIGHTS 
Mrs. Ora Jackson 
Mrs. Clyde Dendy 

CENTERVIEW BAPTIST 
Mr. J. M. Summey, Sr. 
Mrs. Ethel Shires 
Mr. Harold Queen 
Mr. C. C. Bumgardner 
Mr. E. B. Smith, Sr. (Deacon) 
Mrs. Mozelle Huffstetler 
Mrs. Mattie Pennington 
Mr. O'Dell Null 
Mr. Alex Canipe 
Mrs. Lucille King 
Mr. Bruce Heffner 

CHAPEL GROVE BAPTIST 
Mr. Jesse Kirkland 
Mrs. Ruby Price 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST 

Mrs. Lessie Jenkins 

Mrs. Joyce Guffey 

Mr. Marvin Homesley 

Mrs. Ethel Black 

Mrs. A. C. Beam 

Mr. Lewis McCurry 

Mrs. Ovie Bridgeman 

Mrs. Addie Beam 

Mrs. Elizabeth Hullender 

Mrs. Bessie Chapman 

Mr. J. B. Boyles 

Mr. Lemeul Williams 

Mrs. Lee Anthony 

Mrs. Pearl Page > 



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CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 

Mr. S. L. McGinnis 
Mrs. Alda Peeler 
Mr. Arville Mauney 
Mrs. Maggie Short 
Mrs. Vera Houk 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 
Mrs. Lela Owens 

COMMUNITY 

Mrs. Powell Shives 

CRAMERTON, FIRST 

Mrs. Annie Lou Williams 
Mrs. Z. V. Brendle 
Mrs. Tom Brinkley 
Mr. Charles M. Moss 
Mr. Robert Beal 

DALLAS 

Miss Lelia Friday 

EAST BELMONT 
Mrs. Edgar Cobb 
Mr. Joe Jordon 
Mr. James Null 
Mrs. Bertha Rayfield 
Mrs. Buena Cody 
Mrs. Selma Halcombe 
Mrs. Dellah Bright 

EAST, GASTONL\ 

Mrs. T. L. Cashwell, Sr. 
Miss Rebecca Moss 
Miss Bertha Dawn 
Mrs. Paul Rose 
Mrs. L, L. Lewis 
Mr. John Lynn 
Mrs. Nancy Arthurs 

FAIRVIEW 

Mr. Donald Long 
Mrs. Bertha Robinson 
Mrs. Louise Wells Bates 
Mrs. Josie Bradley 

FAITH, GASTONIA 
Mr. Floyd Crouse 

FLINT-GROVES 

Mrs. Lula Rogers 
Mrs. Anna Blankenship 
Mrs. L. R. Webb 
Mrs. Jessie Wooten 
Mr. Boyd Uren 
Mr. Ransome Carpenter 
Mr. Will Gantt 
Mr. Theodore Clark 
Mr. Marvin Haas 

FRALEY MEMORIAL 
Mr. Hix Wellman 

FRIENDSHIP 

Mr. Vernon Bost 
Mr. Tom Bolick 
Mrs. E. C. Sparks 



GAMBLE HILL 

Mrs. Lily Gibby 

GASTON 

Mr. Tommie Boggs, Sr. (Deacon) 
Mrs. Emma Avery 
Mrs. Helen Neal 
Mr. Atlas Mull 

GASTONIA, FIRST 
Mrs. James Allen 
Mrs. Edna Almond 
Mr. J. C. Carothers, Sr. 
Mr. General A. Driggers 
Mrs. D. D. Duncan 
Mrs. R. B. Elam 
Mrs. Ruth Elrod 
Mr. Eugene Gantt 
Mr. Donnie Gibbons 
Mr. Ralph Griffin, Sr. 
Mr. Lon Haskett 
Mrs. J. N. Long 
Mr. Rupert Morris 
Mrs. John McCoig, Sr. 
Mr. James Phillips 
Mrs. R. P. Siler 
Mr. Ray Taylor 
Mr. W. J. Terry 
Mr. James W. Turnmire 
Mr. Vardley Ware 
Mrs. Clyde E. Wilson 

GRACE 

Mrs. G. B. Talley 
Mr. George Rhyne 
Mr. Troy Jeffries 

HARDIN 

Mrs. Maude Rhyne 
Mrs. Edna Beatty 

HICKORY GROVE 

Mrs. M. L. Chaney 
Mr. Stephen Huitt 
Mr. Earl Smith (Deacon) 
Mr. Tommy Rhyne 

HIGH SHOALS, FIRST 
Mrs. Beulah Abernethy 
Mrs. Inez Carpenter 
Mrs. Alma Medford 
Mrs. Viola Hope 
Mr. Craig Friday 

LAKEVIEW 

• Mr. Anderson Helton 
Mrs. Daisy Guffie 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL 
Mr. C. F. Beam 
Mr. Reynolds Cook 
Mr. Lee Clemmer 
Mr. W. A. Wheless 
Mrs. Sallie Cathey 
Mrs, Grace Holland 
Mr. J. W. Grigg 
Mrs. Louise Summey 



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LORAY 

Mr. B. E. Spencer 

Mrs. W. S. Sheppard 

Mr. Ray Thomas (Deacon) 

Mrs. J. A. Buchanan 

Mr. Cole Whitaker 

Mr. Thomas J. Clark 

Mr. S. T. McCoig (Deacon) 

Mr. H. F. Burgess 

LOVE MEMORIAL 

Mr. Thomas L. Kendrick 
Mrs. Barbara Gibson 
Mr. Norman Jordan 

LOWELL, FIRST 

Mr. Claude Wall 
Mr. Harold Givens 
Mrs. Eva Wyatt 
Mrs. Mildred Greene 
Mr. Walt McDaniel 
Mrs. C. B. Wilkerson 

McADENVILLE 

Mrs. Veda Bailey 
Mrs. Nellie Cobb 
Mr. Kelly Collins 
Mrs. May Jenkins 
Mrs. R. K. Nivens 
Mrs. J. Will Rankin 
Mr. Frank Austin 

MT. BEULAH 

Mr. Walter Flowers 
Mr. Cliff Towery 
Mr. Ed Cash 

MT. HOLLY, FIRST 

Mrs. Pearl Armstrong 
Mr. W. J. Beam 
Mrs. B. C. Clippard 
Mrs. W. H. Hill 
Mrs. A. F. Howie 
Mr. Roger Price 
Mrs. W. W. Shoemaker 
Mrs. E. N. Spittle 
Mr. Ray Stroupe 

MT. HOLLY, SECOND 

Mr. Leonard Campbell (Deacon) 
Mrs. Velma Farmer 
Mr. Carl Hayes 
Mrs. Bertha Riley 
Mr. V. C. Stowe 

MT. ZION 

Mr. Winfred McSwain 

Mr. B. O. Deilineer (Deacon) 

Mr. Ruffin White 

Mr. John Smith 

Mrs. B. O. Dellinger 

Miss Buna Whitworth 

NEW HOPE 

Mrs. Jerry Waters 
Mrs. Robert Duncan 
Mr. Yates Mason 



NEW LIFE, STANLEY 

Mr. Lemuel "Bud" Armstrong 
(Deacon) 

NORTHSIDE 

Mr. J. D. Gray 
Mr. Charlie Bingham 
Mrs. Susie Riddle 
Mr. Barney Stroupe 

PARKWOOD 

Mr. H. S. Redding, Sr. (Deacon) 
Mr. Robert Hovatter 
Mr. Jennings Kincaid 
Mrs. Mildred Putnam 
Mrs. Margaret Jordan 

PLAINVIEW 

Mrs. Pearl Ramsey 
Mrs. Henry Husky 
Mrs. John Dixon 

PROVIDENCE 

Mr. Willard Brendle 

RANKIN LAKE 

Ms. Pearl Howard 
Mr. C. S. Vincent, Sr. 

RANLO 

Mr. R. G Smart 

Mrs. Maggie B. Grice 

Mrs. Dessie Spargo 

Mr. Odell Hovis 

Mr. J. T. Schrum (Deacon) 

RIDGE 

Mrs. Essie Worthman 

SANDY PLAINS 

Mrs. Mattie Henderson 

Mrs. Mary Hoffman 

Mr. Timothy Jenkins 

Mr. Rodney Beaty 

Mr. W. Lloyd Beaty (Deacon) 

SEVENTH AVENUE 
Mrs. Mary Hoyle 
Miss Kelly Morgan 
Mr. Ed Medlin (Deacon) 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET 

Mr. Donald B. Stroup, Jr. 
Mr. Daniel C. Franks 
Mrs. Hazel B. Adams 
Mrs. Ethel M. Peniey 
Mr. James G. Davis 
Mrs. Zona M. Grant 
Mr. Winter W. Turner 
Mr. Charles E. Lynn 

SOUTH POINT 

Mrs. Blanche Underwood 
Mr. Paul Leatherman 



STANLEY, FIRST 
Mr. Harry Medlin 
Mr. H. Yates Craig 
Mr. Ernest Robinson 
Mrs. Ora B. Weathers 
Mr. J. Lee Smith 
Mr. Gordon McGinnis 

STOWE MEMORIAL 

Mr. Lonnie Lee (Deacon) 

SUNNYSIDE 

Ms. Delia Parham 

SUNSET FOREST 

Mrs. Millie Carrigan 

TAYLOR MEMORIAL 

Mr. James Sansing 

TEMPLE 

Mr. W. J. York 

Mrs. W. J. York 

Mr. L. K. Rowland 

Mr. Robert O. Bland 

Mr. J. B. Price - 

Mr. Russell Wilson 

Mr. Ross Laughridge 

Mr. E. J. Wilson 

Mrs. Lola Grindle 

Mr. John Rowland 

TRINITY 

Mr. William Harvey Aldridge 
(Deacon) 

TUCKASEEGE 

Mrs. Clara Wagstaff 
Mr. Jack Lutz 
Mrs. May Ritchie 
Mr. Milus P. Welch 
Miss Loma Horton 
Mrs. W. C. Jordan 



UNITY, BELMONT 
Mr. Will Brock 
Mr. Frank Robinson 
Mr. E. Y. Helms 
Mr. Grayson Hamilton 

UNITY, GASTONIA 
Mrs. Obera Bass 
Mr. Cecil Nolen 
i Mrs. Louise Hodge 
Mrs. Pauline Mahaffey 
Mr. Paul Maddox 
Mr. Jack Ballard 

VICTORY 

Mrs. Ruby Edmonds 
Mrs. Louella Brackett 
Mr. J. W. Walker 

WEBB'S CHAPEL 

Mrs. Loretta Reep 
Mrs. Annie Huffstetler 

WEST FRANKLIN AVENUE 
Mr. O. B. Canipe 
Mr. Thomas Poteat 
Mr. George Spencer 
Mr. Wade Leaphart, Sr. 
Mr. George Black 
Miss Ruby Fowler 

WOODLAWN 

Mrs. CuKii DaiLy 
Mrs. Lela Pettit 
Rev. Eugene Knight 
Mr. J. J. St. Clair, Sr. 
Mrs. Barbara L. Harwell 
Mr. William Bess 
Mr. Robert Lemons 
Mrs. Lillie Bumgardner 



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BUTLER & STOWE 

CKRTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTa 

P. O. BOX 2379 

GASTONIA, N. C. 

CDWARe arewK. cp.A. 28032 

October 23. 1978 



Thp Txecutlve Committee 
Gaston Bdptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



of the'G^nerar?und"'of'tK 'l'^t"^'l °^"^^ ^^^^^P^^ ^"d disbursements 
ylar'lnd'irSeJteZ'r^'o^lg's''^" ''''''' Association for the church 

acrnrS^nrr!?ih^*'°" of recorded cash transactions was made in 
?nc?udL such'L^^^^^ standards, and accordingly 

n^«!«S ^^ °^ ^^^ accounting records and such other auditina 
procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances ^ 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement orespnt*; fairiv +h« 

NOTE: 

The figures and balances are reconciled to the Treasurer's Report 
given to the Association in the Advance Book of Reports. It reflects 
the financial condition of the Association correctly. The figureJ 
which follow are the Auditor's Report. iigures 

. s Fred D. West 

Treasurer 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1978 



Cash receipts: 
Contributions from churches 



Designated 


$ 7,317.53 




Budget 


98,379.90 


$105,697.43 


Interest received 




2,554.85 


Tax refunds 




682.07 


All other gifts and receipts 




7,999.93 

$116,934.28 




Budget 


Actual 


Disbursements : 






Christian social ministries: 






Relief 


$ 4,000.00 


$ 4,000.00 


Deaf ministry 


125.00 


120.20 


New work 


400.00 


383.45 


VBS for retarded 


150.00 


124.97 


Literary 


150.00. 


150.00 


Volunteer program 


750.00 


628.43 


Annual workshop 


400.00 


264.63 


Personnel expense: 






Superintendent of missions-salary 


10,550.40 


10,753.29 


Housing and utilities 


3,900.00 


3,900.00 


Retirement 


1,445.00 


1,407.96 


Health, life, disability 


1,520.00 


1,650.68 


Social Security 


845.35 


845.35 


Travel 


1,650.00 


1,650.00 


Conventions, conferences, seminars 


450.00 


450.00 


CSM director-salary 


9,222.00 


6,887.53 


Housing and utilities 


3,900.00 


-0- 


Retirement 


1,312.20 


-0- 


Insurance 


1,520.00 


-0- 


Social Security 


767.64 


767,64 


Travel 


1,980.00 


-0- 


Conventions, conferences, seminars 


300 00 


264.16 


Truck insurance 


113.20 


113.20 


Case worker-salary 


6,664.32 


6,446.05 


Life and disability 


81.00 


95.90 


Social Security 


389.86 


377.80 


Ridgecrest HM week 


100.00 


100.00 



^continued) 



24 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



2a 



GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1978 



Budge t 



Actua 



Disbursements: (continued) 
Personnel expense: 
Promotional secretary-salary 

Life and disability 

Social Security 

Ridgecrest HM week 
Office secretary-salary 

Life and disabil ity 

Social Security 

Ridgecrest HM week 
Custodian-salary 

Social Security 
Librarian-salary 

Ridgecrest conference 
Extra secretarial help and 
Social Security 
Clerk salary 
Travel 

Organizational and educational ministry: 
Women's Missionary Union 
Brotherhood 

RA track and basketball 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Associational minutes 
Annual meeting 
Stewardship promotion 
Evangelism 
Visual aids 
Seminary extension 
Campground ministry 
Leadership training 
Music 

Service ministry: 
Calendar and bulletins 
Office supplies 
Postage and business expense 
New equipment " 



$ 7,776.00 $ 7,936,59 



100.00 


109.10 


454.90 


475.16 


100.00 


100,00 


7,452.00 


7,546.10 


81.00 


94.68 


435.94 


450.96 


100.00 


100.00 


2.527.20 


2,576.00 


147.84 


153.92 


200.00 


248.00 


100.00 


-0- 


1,500.00 


1,664.57 


300.00 


300.00 


520.00 


309.60 


1.500.00 


1,548.22 


400.00 


400.00 


600.00 


701.14 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


500.00 


371.37 


1,200.00 


1,314.24 


375.00 


375,00 


100.00 


100.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


600.00 


577.50 


800.00 


851.64 


400.00 


353.39 


200.00 


200.00 


100.00 


100.00 


2,900.00 


2,917.74 


2,000.00 


2,100.32 


2,500.00 


2,834.64 


1,825.00 


1,971.74 



(continued) 



25 



2b 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1978 



Budget Actua" 



Disbursements: (continued) 
Buildings and equipment: 
Utilities 
Insurance 

Maintenance of buildings 
Janitorial and kitchen supplies 


$ 5,000.00 $ 
500.00 
600.00 
' 325.00 


4,517.10 
862.75 

1,305=91 
353,77 


Debt retirement: 
Debt retirement (loan) 


r 4,924.08 


4,924.08 


Contingency fund: 
Miscellaneous and Christmas bonuses 


1,500.00 


1,489.46 


General board authorization: 
Office equipment 


2,853.10 


2,853.10 



$111,183.03 $101,369.03 
Designated funds 15,791.54 15,417.27 



$116,786.30 



Excess of receipts over disbursements ' $ 147.98 

Cash balance, October 1, 1977 - . 3,343.35 

Cash balance, September 30, 1978 , - . $ 3,491.33 



Cash accounted for as follows: 
First Union National Bank, Gastonia, North Carolina $ 3,491.33 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1978 



Received for budget contributions: 
Alexander Memorial 
Alexis 

Anthony Grove 
Belmont, First 
Belmont, East 
Berea 

Bessemer City, First 
Bessemer City, Second 
Bethany 
Bethel 
Bethlehem 
Bingham 
Brookleigh 
Calvary 

Catawba Heights 
Cedar Grove 
Centerview 
Chapel Grove 
Cherryville, First 
Cherryville, Second 
Chestnut Ridge 
Christ Community 
Community 
Cramerton, First 
Cramerton, West 
Dallas 
Fairview 

Faith, Bessemer City 
Faith, Gastonia 
Flint Groves 
Fraley Memorial 
Friendship 
Gamble Hill 
Gaston 

Gastonia, East 
Gastonia, First 
Gateway 
Grace 



Designated 


Budget 


$ 


$ 300.00 


35.00 


1,982 37 




750.38 


348.30 


2,228.69 


65.00 


1,380.00 


127.14 


1,986.14 


72.14 


700.00 




393.00 




93.45 




-0- 


150.00 


1,716.86 




300.00 




327.95 


19.00 


984.03 




500.00 




250.00 




922.50 


55.00 


4,950.00 


30.00 


1,695.96 


20.00 


204.00 


25.00 


360.00 


11.00 


42.00 


135.00 


923.99 


44.00 


1,523.31 


149.16 


1,801.73 


45.00 


1,399.80 


85.00 


776.78 




5.14 




104.00 


65.00 


2,650.03 


49.39 


599.94 




550.00 




91.84 


25.00 


586.51 


67.50 


1,536.19 


31.08 


5,000.00 


30.00 


457.20 


25.00 


1,541.15 



(continued] 



27 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1978 



3a 



Designated Budget 



Received for budget contributions: (continue 


d) 




Hardin 


$ 10.00 $ 


856.34 


Harmony 


- 


30.00 


Hickory Grove 


225.00 


1,000.00 


High Shoals 


180.00 


628.00 


Holland Memorial 


88.05 


362.98 


Lakeview 


7.00 


200.00 


Little Mountain Road 




146.23 


Long Creek Mission 


', ■ - 


- 


Long Creek Memorial 




2,400.00 


Loray 


340.33 


2,757.43 


Love Memorial 


25.00 


1,425.00 


Lowell, First 


50.00 


325.00 


McAdenville 


' 31.50 


1,389.00 


Maranatha Mission 




112.00 


Macedonia 




488.30 


Midway 




30.00 


Mount Beulah 


674.88 


913.28 


Mount Holly, First 


50.00 


2,323.92 


Mount Holly, Second 




950.00 


Mount Zion 


• . . '■ 193.75 


2,092.16 


Mountain View 


- 


- 


New Heights 


25,00 


1,166.99 


New Hope 


5.00 


1,089.23 


New Life-Belmont 


■ ' 


283.83 


New Life-Stanley 




730.51 


North Main Street 




104.00 


Northside 


10.00 


300.00 


Oak Grove 




100.00 


Parkwood 


1,500.98 


2,165.00 


Plainview 




190.00 


Providence 


70.00 


2,322.81 


Rankin Lake \ -\ 


282.10 


700.00 


Ranlo 


41.40 


1,490.75 


Ridge 


35.00 


868.00 


Ridgeview 




540.00 


Riverside 


: 54.86 


776.90 


Robinwood 




251.04 


Rosewood Lane 




120.00 



^continued) 



28 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1978 



3b 



Designated Budget 



Received for budget contributions: 


(continued) 






Salem 




$ 25.00 


$ 511.23 


Sandy Plains 




140.00 


1,324.00 


Seventh Avenue 






300.00 


Shady Grove 




65.00 


1,373.-90 


South Marietta Street 




75.00 


1.500,00 


South Point 




25.00 


863.16 


Southside Chapel 




25.00 


448.32 


Springfield 






163,10 


Stanley, First 




625.00 


1,100.00 


Stowe Memorial 




50.00 


660.00 


Sunneyside 






499.13 


Sunset Forest 




15.00 


1,215.00 


Taylor Memorial 




110.50 


2,159.88 


Temple 




57.00 


1,100.00 


Trinity 






33.04 


Tuckaseegee 




151.43 


1,380.00 


Unity, Belmont 




164.04 


550.00 


Unity, Gastonia 




55.00 


3,645.81 


Victory 




41.00 


2,051.65 


Webb's Chapel 






299.85 


West Franklin 




50.00 


1,016.68 


Woodlawn 




35.00 


2,010.50 


United Baptist-Belmont 






831.00 




X.._Z^7.53 


l_i8,3_79..9Q 



29 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET 1978-79 

I. MISSION PROGRAM: Christian Social Ministries 

la. Crises Ministries — Relief $ 4,400.00 

b. Crises Ministries — Relief — Designated 5,600.00 

2. Deaf Ministry (5th Sat. Qtrly) - ' 125.00 

3. New Work ■ 400.00 

4. VBS (Retarded) ■> : 165.00 

5. Literacy Council 250.00 

6. Volunteer Program 750.00 

7. Annual Workshop (FamilyCrises Prevention, Apr. 23-24) 500.00 

8. Student Summer Workers (2 — supplemental) 500.00 

9. Daycare Directors (2nd Thurs. Qtrly) 150.00 
10. Friends Unlimited (1st and 3rd Tues.) 100.00 

$ 12,940.00 



TOTAL CSM PROGRAM 



II. PERSONNEL EXPENSE ^ 1977-78 

A. Director of Missions 

1 . Direct Income 

Salary 

Housing and Utilities 
Total 

2. Fringe Benefits 

Retirement, Annuity Bd. 
Health, Life. Disability 
Social Security 
Total 

3. Professional Expenses 

Travel 

Convention and/or Conf ., Seminars 
Total 

TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 

B. CSM DIRECTOR 

1 . Direct Income 

Salary 

Housing and Utilities 
Total 

2. Fringe Benefits ■ , 

Retirement 
Insurance 
Social Security 
Total 

3. Professional Expenses 

Travel 

Conventions, Conferences, etc. 
Insurance on Datsun Truck 
Total 

TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 



1978-79 



$ 


10,550.40 
3,900.00 


$ 11,200.00 
3,900.00 




14,450.40 


15,100.00 




1,445.00 
1,520.00 

845.35 


1,510.00 

1,520.00 

913.55 




3,810.35 


3,943.55 


irs 


1,650.00 
450.00 


1,735.00 
550.00 




2,100.00 


2,285.00 


$ 


20,360.75 


$ 21,328.55 


$ 


9,994.00* 
3,900.00 


$ 10,595.00 
3,900.00 




13,894.00 


14,495.00 




1,389.40* 
1,520.00 
767.64 


1,449.50 

1,520.00 

876.95 




3,677.04 


3,846.45 




1,980.00 
300.00 
113.20 


2,088.90 
450.00** 
113.20 




2.393.20 


2,652.10 


$ 


19,964.24 


$ 73,398.67 



Budget figures were $9,222.00 and $1,312.20, but through State Convention 

action, actual figures are as stated above. 

To provide for participation in Washington Conference. 



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C. CASE WORKER 

1 . Direct Income 

Salary— 36 hrs. weekly, $3.75 

2. Fringe Benefits 

Life and Disability 
Social Security 
Total 

3. Other 

Ridgecrest, Home Mission Wk. 

TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 

D. PROMOTIONAL SECRETARY 

1 . Direct Income 

Salary 

2. Fringe Benefits 

Life and Disability 
Social Security 
Total 

3. Other 

Ridgecrest, HM Week 
TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 

E. OFFICE SECRETARY 

1 . Direct Income 

Salary 

2. Fringe Benefits 

Life and Disability 
Social Security 
Total 

3. Other 

Ridgecrest HM Week 

TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 

F. CUSTODL\N 

1 . Direct Income 

Salary — 20 hrs. week 

2. Fringe Benefits 

Social Security 

TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 

G. LIBRARIAN 

Salary 

Librarian's Conf., Ridgecrest 

TOTAL RELATED TO POSITION 

H. EXTRA SECRETARIAL HELP and 

Social Security — 14 weeks, $3.00 

I. CLERK— Salary 

J. TRAVEL (workers on assignment 
basis) 

TOTAL PERSONNEL EXPENSE 



$ 


6,664.32 


$ 


7,020.00 




81.00 
389.86 




95.00 

424.71 




470.86 




519.71 




100.00 




100.00 


$ 


7,235.18 


$ 


7,639.71 


$ 


7,776.00 


$ 


8,242.50 




100.00 
454.90 




95.00 
498.67 




554.90 




593.67 




100.00 


$" 


100.00 


$ 


8,430.90 


8,936.17 


$ 


7,452.00 


$ 


7,900.00 




81.00 
435.94 




95.00 
477.95 




516.94 




558.95 




100.00 




100.00 


$ 


8,068.94 


$ 


8,572.95 



2,527.20 (2.50) $ 2,756.00 (2.65) 
147.84 166.74 



$ 2,675.04 


$ 


2,922.74 


$ 200.00 
100.00 


$ 


225.00 
100.00 


$ 300.00 


$ 


325.00 


$ 1,500.00 


$ 


1,780.00 


300.00 




350.00 


520.00 




550.00 


$ 70,481.11 


$ 


73,398.67 



NOTE: The Personnel Committee sought to increase Direct Income by 6%. The 
over all increase is only 5 % , which we feel is the very least we ought to do. 



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III. ORGANIZATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL 
MINISTRY 

20. Woman's Missionary Union 



21 



23. 



24. 



Ridgecrest Trng — Council 


$ 700.00 


Assoc. Workshops (Council) 


130.00 


Age-level Emphases 


250.00 


Materials & Supplies 


225.00 


Annual Assoc. Meeting 


125.00 


Annual State Meeting 




(Council Room and Transp. 




& total WMU Dir.) 


200.00 


TOTAL 


$ 1,630.00 


Brotherhood 




Annual Workshop 


$ 175.00 


RA Program 




Track 


400.00 


Softball & Rally 


200.00 


Basketball 


400.00 


Pinewood Derby 


100.00 


Training 


100.00 


TOTAL 


$ 1,375.00 



Sunday School 

April 10-11 VBS Clinic 

Literature, travel, meal, 

mimeo, etc. 
May 20-24 Bible Venture 

Campaign — State outside 

leadership (SS Enlargement) 
Aug. 27 — Pastor-Director 

Workshop — Free supper 
Sept. 24 — Assoc. S.S. Leadership 

Night, State Ldr. Bob Stewart 
Assoc. Team (5 members) to S.S. 

Leadership Conf. at Ridgecrest 
TOTAL 

Church Training 

Leadership Training — Oct. 

State approved workers for 

age levels, materials 
M-Night in December 

Speaker, bulletins, misc. 
Youth Night in March 

Speaker, bulletins, refresh. 
Assoc. Team (4) to C.T. 

Leadership Conf. at Ridgecrest 
Special Promotion Children's 

Bible Drill, Sword Drill, 

Speakers' Tournament 
TOTAL 



25. ASSOCIATIONAL MINUTES 

26. ANNUAL MEETING 

27. STEWARDSHIP PROMOTION 

28. EVANGELISM 

Christian Discipleship Seminar in 
October— $2,091.00—1/2 to be 
budgeted in this budget, 1/2 in 
next budget 

29. VISUAL AIDS 

Add one Cave Plan order 



$ 1,630.00 



$ 1,375.00 



250.00 

500.00 
500.00 
500.00 
500.00 



$ 


2,250.00 


$ 2,250.00 


$ 


150.00 
100.00 
125.00 
400.00 

125.00 





900.00 



$ 900.00 

$ 1,661.33 

375.00 

100.00 

1,045.50 



700.00 



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30. SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Four courses with following 
per course cost: 

Teacher 75.00 

Director 50.00 

Scholarships 150.00 

275.00 each 

31. WORLD MISSIONS CONFERENCE 

March 1979 

32. LEADERSHIP TRAINING— Key 

Leadership at Ridgecrest (16) 

33. MUSIC 

34. PEP SECRETARIES' MEETING 

1/29-2/3— Long Creek Church 

35. CHURCH GROWTH SEMINAR 

(Tentatively April 30-May 1) 



3,500.00 

200.00 
450.00 

250.00 

500.00 



TOTAL ORGANIZATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY $ 16,036.83 



IV. SERVICE MINISTRY 

40. Calendar and Bulletins 

Mailing 550.00 

Printing 2,200.00 

Calendar 450.00 

41. OFFICE SUPPLIES 

42. POSTAGE & BUSINESS EXPENSE 

43. NEW EQUIPMENT & MAINTENANCE 

Zerox 3100 (Purchase/ Lease) 
Used typewriter 
Maintenance of Eqpt. 



TOTAL SERVICE MINISTRY 



BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT 

50. Utilities 
Insurance 



51. 

52. 



Maintenance of Buildings 

Painting outside bldg. 500.00 
Furnace, plumbing, air 

cond. service 300.00 

Exterminator & Termite 

Control 130.00 

53. Janitorial & Kitchen Supplies 
TOTAL BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT 



$ 3,200.00 



2,400.00 
2,500.00 
2,750.00 



1,800.00 
450.00 
500.00 




2,750.00 






$ 10,850.00 




$ 5,000.00 




1,000.00 




930.00 



$ 7,355.00 



VI. DEBT RETIREMENT 

61. Debt Retirement (Loan) 



$ 4,924.08 



VII. CONTINGENCY FUND 

70. Miscellaneous, Christmas Bonuses, 
flowers, public relations, 
insurance increases 
TOTAL BUDGET 



$ 2,000.00 
$127,504.58 



NOTE: The Baptist State Convention will pay $9,218.00 and the Home Mission 
Board $2,969.50 against expenses of the CSM Director, leaving a budget of 
$115,317.08 to be raised by the Association. This is an increase of 17% 
over last year's budget. 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
DURING ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

If your church does not appear below, it is because we did not receive the 
information before the associational meeting or it was not on your letter. 
Belmont, First — Called Minister of Education & Youth. 

Berea — Paving church parking lot — Cushioned pews — Re-air-conditioned sanctuary. 
Bessemer City, First — Redecorated the auditorium and restored the pump organ. 
Bessemer City, Second — Started jail ministry. 
Bethlehem — Ordination of Rev. Fain Farmer — New carpet in church and pews padded 

— Bought new parsonage. 
Bingham Memorial — Completion of new church building and open house service 

service — First 25 year history book published — Employed a part time Minister 

of Education and Youth. 
Brookleigh — Held first meeting the first Sunday of March, 1978 in the home of the 

Leroy Adams, Dallas — Held organizational service May 7, 1978 — Purchased 

30.95 acres of land on Robinson Rd. — Called Robin Mikalunas as Minister of 

Music & Youth. 
Calvary — Lot developed & fenced — Playground — Restored Pastorium. 
Centerview — Renovated kitchen. 
Chapel Grove — Ordination of Jeff Messer for ministry — Called full time Minister of 

Music & Education — Purchased one more churcti bus — Gave pastor housing 

allowance. 
Cherryville, First — Conflict Skill Workshop — Deacon Training. 
Community — By order of church in morning session, September 10, 1978, voted to 

begin Phase I of our building program on All-Purpose Building, 
Cramerton, First — Purchased new 15 passenger bus — Purchased new Allen organ — 

Observed Pastor's 10th anniversary — Air-conditioned parsonage — James Kelly 

came as Minister of Education and Youth, June 8, 1978. 
East Belmont — New choir robes were purchased. 
Flint-Groves — Rev. Raleigh Castelloe, Jr., began new ministry. 
Gateway — Up-date of church roll — Waterproof pastor's home — Landscaping of 

church yard and pastor's yard. 
Grace — Newsletter "Pathway to Grace" published monthly. 
Holland Memorial — Annual homecoming observed on August 27, 1978. 
Loray — Began long range program, 1978-1982 — Bought lot at 109 S, Dalton Street — 

Renovated Boy Scout Hut. 
Maranatha — Note burning & dedication on church property. 
Mt. Holly, First— Conducted 6 Bible Study Clubs with 100 enrolled— Mr. & Mrs. 

David Nesnow called as Minister of Music & Organist — Were given pew cushions 

for the sanctuary. 
Mt. Holly, Second — 40th Anniversary of church on Homecoming Day — Ground- 
breaking for new Fellowship Building — Ordination service for Rev. Bob Duncan. 
Mt. Zion — Called new Minister of Music & Youth — 2 girls reached Queen Regent in 

Service in Acteens. 
Parkwood — Cornerstone of Youth Building laid, honoring the pastor, M. O. Owens, 

Jr. — Lawton Neely called as Minister of Music & Youth. 
Providence — New entrance to church property from New Hope Road — First summer 

worker — Another Bible Conference — Church presented Pastor & Mrs. Hottel 

with gift of trip to Holy Land & Athens, Greece. 
Sandy Plains — Dedication service of the Rodney Keith Willis Memorial Sports Court 

— Annual Homecoming. 
Seventh Avenue — Mortgage on church burned March, 1978 — New Minister of Music 

& Youth to come Ocfober 15, 1978. 
South Marietta Street — The building of a new auditorium and educational wing — 

The renovation of the existing educational building and auditorium. 
South Point — Educational building completed. 

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Stowe Memorial — Library dedication — Homecoming — Day Care started in April — 
Child dedication service — Deacon dedication service. 

Temple — Renovations at parsonage — Paved church parking lot — Provided new cov- 
ered shelter for loading and unloading passengers. 

United, Belmont — Ground breaking service for United Baptist Church. Present Mr. & 
Mrs. Allred. 

Victory — Sold our church and property to Tabernacle Baptist Church for Three Hun- 
dred and Forty Thousand Dollars ($340,000). We will be starting our first unit 
sometime this year. 

Webb's — The ordination of Rev. Davis which took place on May 28, 1978. 

West Cramerton — Dedication of new sanctuary first Sunday in April. 

West Franklin Avenue — Burned note on Grindle Property — Established Long Range 
Planning Committee — Began bulk mailing to members — Held Presbytery for 
Kenneth Cobb examining — Tore down house & landscaped property. 

Woodlawn — Celebrated 50th anniversary on July 30, 1978 — Published comprehensive 
history of first 50 years of church; copies available to all members. 



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36 



CONSTITUTION 

Preamble 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the Gaston 
Baptist Association, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order 
to promote fellowship, missions, education. Christian service, the preaching of the 
Gospel, and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and 
the Southern Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the 
following articles. 

Article I. Name 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. Membership 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the pastors of all 
member churches, and three messengers from each church for the first one hundred 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger from each church for 
each additional one hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no 
church shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the pastor. Such messen- 
gers shall be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by the church to the annual 
meeting of the Association. 

Article III. Authority 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere, but 
shall never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the churches. 

Article IV. Meetings 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third Sunday in 
October and continue for two days or longer in the judgment of the Program Com- 
mittee, subject to the approval of the Association. The time of the annual meeting 
may be changed, or special meetings may be called by the Executive Committee, 
provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Article V. Officers 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian and three trustees. They shall be 
elected by the Association in its annual meeting and shall serve until their successors 
are elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the Vice-Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 

Article VI. Organizations 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational organizations 
as Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music 
and such other organizations which are in keeping with the purpose of this Association, 
with their full staffs and programs necessary for the promotion of the work. The 
officers of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its annual meet- 
ings and shall serve until their successors are elected. Vacancies occurring between 
annual meetings shall be filled by the Promotional Committee. 

Article VII. Associational Board 

The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the Officers 
of the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, the Associational 
Director of Church Training, the Associational WMU Director, the Associational 
Brotherhood Director, the Associational Music Director, the senior pastors of the 
member churches and two members from each member church to be elected by 
the church. The two members from each church shall be duly certified in the annual 
church letter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music and education may attend 
as non-voting members. 

Article VID. Committees ^ 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Association a Com- 
mittee on Committees, consisting of eight members of whom not less than two shall 
be other than pastors at all times. 

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The Association shall have the following standing Comnriittees, along with other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, chairman of 
the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance Committee, the chairman 
of the Missions Committee, the chairman of the Properties Committee, the chairman 
of the Constitution Committee and nine other members of whom not less than three 
shall be other than pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice-Moderator who 
shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive Committee, the chairman of 
Evangelism Committee, the chairman of Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee, 
and the organizational leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not 
less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolution Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be composed of three 
members of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

11. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 

13. The Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

Article IX. New Churches 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship upon receipt of 
letters of dismissions from other like associations. It may also receive newly con- 
stituted churches whose Articles of Faith harmonize with the generally accepted 
membership in the Association shall be received under the watchcare for a period of 
time sufficient to prove, through practice and attitude, its place as a cooperating 
Baptist Church. A church, upon organization, may apply for membership through 
the Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the judgment of the Missions 
Committee, such church has met the requirements stated above, the Missions Com- 
mittee may recommend at the next annual meeting that such church be received into 
the full fellowship of the Association. During this period of watchcare such churches 
shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except that their 
members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Article X. Discipline 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, or failing to 
be represented at the annual meeting, or failing to contribute worthily to Associational 
and Denominational missions, for two consecutive years, shall be notified by the 
Executive Committee that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual meeting, 
recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership in the 
Association. 

Article XL Constitutional Changes 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the Association 
by a two-thirds majority of the messengers present on the second day, at a time 
provided by the Program Committee, provided the proposed amendment has been 
presented to the Executive Committee in writing at least thirty days prior to the 
annual meeting, and provided the proposed amendment is read to the Association 
on the first day of the annual meeting. 

Article XII. Quorum 

Messengers from twenty-five percent of the churches enrolled as members of 
the Association shall constitute a quorum. 

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BY-LAWS 

By-Law I. Parliamentary Ryles 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Roberts Rules of Order 
(latest revised edition). 

By-Law II. Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 

By-Law III. Meetings 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such places as may be 
decided by the Association in regular session. Special meetings or change of places 
that may become necessary shall be decided by the Executive Committee. Each 
session of the Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 

By-Law IV. Duties of Officers 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association according 
to the Constitution and By-Laws, and appoint a Committee on Committees. He 
shall be chairman of the Associational Board, member of the Executive Committee, 
and shall be an ex-officio member of all other committees. The Moderator shall 
assume the duties of the Superintendent of Missions as assigned when the Association 
is not served by one by reason of resignation and/or illness. He shall be ineligible 
to succeed himself after the second successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Associational Board and chairman of 
the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
thirty days prior to the annual Associational meeting, keep an accurate record of the 
proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and the distributing of the 
minutes to the member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, 
keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the Association, 
and serve as Secretary of the Associational Board. For these services the clerk may 
receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the name 
of the Association, disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, its 
Associational Board or as designated in the budget; render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements at the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly 
Associational Board meeting; audit the Executive Committee when requested by that 
committee; and keep books available and up to date for examination. For mutual 
protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such amount as the Executive Committee 
shall direct. For these services the Treasurer may receive an honorarium annually 
to be decided by the Association. 

5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator and the Association 
with respect to all matters involving proper parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the Association 
and its churches, and shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program of the Asso- 
ciation and have charge of the Associational Library, and shall present a written 
report at each annual meeting of the Association. 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the titles to all property, 
or properties, of the Association, whether real or otherwise, and shall execute such 
transfers of title, or signatures, as may be authorized by the Association or Asso- 
ciational Board. 

By-Law V. Duties of Organizational Leaders 

1. The Associational Sunday School Director shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the direction 
of the Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

2. The Associational Church Training Director shall promote and supervise the 
Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent 
of Missions. 

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3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director shall promote and 
supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions and in keeping with the Constitution and By-laws 
of Woman's Missionary Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood Director shall promote and supervise the 
Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of 
Missions. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise the Music 
program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions. 

By-Law VI. The Associational Board 

The Associational Board shall hold three meetings and others as necessary, and 
present a written report to the Association at its annual meeting. It shall be the duty 
of the Associational Board to act for the Association in the interim between annual 
meetings. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent of the churches 
enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute a quorum." 

By-Law VII. Duties of Committees 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of the several 
standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) and present them for 
election by the Association, fill any vacancies that may occur between annual meet- 
ings; and appoint special committees that may be authorized by the Association or its 
Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed to it by 
the Association or its Associational Board and decide on routine and emergency 
matters between sessions of the Associational Board. It shall initiate and recommend 
matters concerning business management and approve the employment of all 
personnel except the Superintendent of Missions, and Director of Christian Social 
Ministries. It shall accept applications for membership in the Association from newly 
constituted churches and may receive said churches under watchcare until the next 
annual meeting. It shall provide annually for an audit of the Treasurer's records and 
report the condition of the financial records to the Association. It shall give full 
guidance and direction to the Superintendent of Missions and Director of Christian 
Social Ministries in formulating plans and promoting the work of the Association in 
general. It shall meet monthly but a quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact 
business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of the Associational 
organizations and plan and promote an Associational calendar of activities. It shall 
meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the Association an annual 
budget. It shall have the general oversight and administration of the financial affairs 
of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear to be in 
need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches to sponsor new work 
in such communities; give guidance and counsel in procuring temporary and perma- 
nent sites for locating such work in accord with Associational policy; and make 
recommendations to the Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary 
needs which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall advise with any 
group considering a new church and assist in organizing new churches. It shall make 
recommendations to the Association concerning all churches under watchcare. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association and organizational officers according to 
Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Associational representatives for the various 
institutions and agencies of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the annual 
meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and 
to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall recommend the 
place or places for the next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the 
annual sermon. 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any resolutions 
it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Association shall be referred to 
the Resolutions Committee, except that by a two-thirds vote of the messengers present 
on the first day of the Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended and a 
resolution may be taken up for immediate consideration. 

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9. The Stewardship Committee, shall promote the total program of Stewardship 
within the churches of the Association. It shall assist the Finance Committee in the 
promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of Evangelism 
within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend ways 
in which the Association can work for the promotion of civic righteousness and 
social uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight over all property 
owned or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member church, assist 
with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee and the 
Committee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a rotating basis of not more 
than three years. 

By-Law YIII. Employment Procedures 

The Association shall employ a Superintendent of Missions and a Director of 
Christian Social Ministries who shall be recommended by the Executive Committee 
and elected by the Association or its Associational Board. The Superintendent of 
Missions shall work under the guidance of the Executive Committee and serve as 
an ex-officio, non-voting member of all committees. The Director of Christian Social 
Ministries shall work under the guidance of the Superintendent of Missions and serve 
as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Executive Committee and Missions Com- 
mittee. All other employed personnel, as may be provided in the Associational budget, 
shall be employed by the Executive Committee. 

By-Law IX. Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority of 
the messengers present. 



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CHURCH DIRECTORY 
of 
! Officers not Included in Tables 

MISSIONS 

East Chapel Rev. Allan Sinclair, Mount Holly, First 

Long Creek Rev. Harold Fite, Long Creek Memorial 

CHURCHES UNDER WATCHCARE 

Little Mountain Road Rev. Charles Bingham 

RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Alexander Memorial Rev. C. C. Roberts, Mt. Holly 

Belmont, First Dr. Waher N. Long, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second Rev. R. C. Franks, Kings Mtn. 

Catawba Heights Rev. J. H. Mauldin, Belmont 

Chapel Grove Rev. L. E. Bookout, Gastonia 

Rev. William Lanier, Gastonia 

Rev. Parker Snyder, Gastonia 

Rev. Guy Walker, Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Rev. Z. W. Settlemeyer, Cherryville 

Dallas Rev. Hubert Huggins, Dallas 

Friendship Rev. A. P. Millen, Belmont 

Gaston Rev. John Hawkins, Dallas 

Gastonia, First Rev. Harold Miller, Gastonia 

Long Creek Memorial Rev. O'. R. Costner, Gastonia 

Lowell, First Rev. G. O. Wilkerson, Lowell 

Mt. Holly, First Rev. E. L. Spivey, Mt. Holly 

Northside Rev. C. V. Garver, Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Rev. Robert R. Cook, Gastonia 

Stowe Memorial Rev. James Pendleton, Cramerton 

Taylor Memorial Rev. J. M. Norville, Gastonia 

Rev. Jesse Redding, Gastonia 

Temple Rev. Oscar Bolch, Gastonia 

Tuckaseege Rev. Guthrie Colvard, Mt. Holly 

Woodlawn Rev. J. T. Stafford, Lowell 

Rev. J. N. Grant, Lowell 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Bingham Memorial Rev. James Jordon, Bessemer City 

Rev. Curtis England, Bessemer City 

Cherryville, First Rev. Ken Page, Cherryville 

Rev. Norris Beam, Waco, Texas 

Dallas Rev. Clyde High, Dallas 

Gastonia, First Rev. Don Coleman, Gastonia 

Rev. Clarence Eden, Gastonia 

Rev. Robert L. Edwards, Clover, S. C. 

Rev. Dean Jones, Gastonia 

Long Creek Memorial Rev. Keith Chronister, Stanley 

Loray Rev. Ernest J. Whitesides, Gastonia 

Macedonia Rev. Robert Greene, Gastonia 

Maranatha Rev. Bobby Setzer, High Shoals 

McAdenville Rev. David N. Morris, McAdenville 

North Main Rev. Robert Deese, Mt. Holly 

Parkwood Rev. J. Howard Smith, Gastonia 

Dr. Hoyle T. Allred, Gastonia 

Plainview Rev. Lloyd B. Hales, Dallas 

Sandy Plains Rev. Billy C. Hoffman, Gastonia 

South Marietta Street Rev. Robert E. Greene, Gastonia 

Stanley, First Rev. S, O. Brandon, Stanley 

Stowe Memorial Rev. F. E. Edens, Charlotte 

Unity, Gastonia Rev. Edwin Jackson, Dallas 

Victory Rev. Robert Grigg, Gastonia 

West Cramerton Rev. Harold Medlock, Gastonia 

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LICENSED MINISTERS 

Anthony Grove Gary Rayfield, Cherryville 

Belmont, First Jim Briley, Belmont 

Berea Fred McMurray, Jr., Gastonia 

Bessemer City, First Curtis Camp, Raleigh 

Bessemer City, Second Bob Grigg, Bessemer City 

Dennis Badger, Kings Mountain 

Bethlehem Raymond Hamrick, Wake Forest 

James Monroe, Gastonia 
Matthew Crowley, Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Floyd Loftin, Belmont 

Roger Mercer, Mt. Holly 

James Stancil, Belmont 

Bill Wrenn, Gastonia 

Chapel Grove Ron Hartsell, Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Broderick Chapman, Cherryville 

Chestnut Ridge Rochell Conner, Kings Mountain 

Jerry Gantt, Houston, Texas 

Wray Canipe, Kings Mountain 

Oscar Gleen, Jr., Bessemer City 

Charles Fite, Kings Mountain 

Tommie Brothers, Armed Service 

Dallas Barron W. Lee, Dallas 

East, Gastonia R. Samuel Lowry, Va. Beach, Va. 

A. R. Holt, Gastonia 

Fairview Dennis Bean, Gastonia 

Flint-Groves Alex Stewart, Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial Tommy Lee McCombs, Gastonia 

Tommy Bouldin, Gastonia 

High Shoals, First J. M. Shelton, Lincolnton 

Lakeview Dan Tallent, McAdenville 

Maranatha Johnny Gantt, Kings Mountain 

W. B. Kuykendall, Bessemer City 

Midway Bob Hatcher, Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Tim Phillips, Boiling Springs 

Jerry Clark, Bessemer City 
Lanny B. Cook, Bessemer City 

Mt. Holly, Second Steve Noles, Mt. Holly 

Mt. Zion Jerry Lail, Cherryville 

New Life, Stanley Fred Heafner, Iron Station 

Providence Bill Hottel, Gastonia 

Rick Fancher, Gastonia 

Ridgeview „ David Helton, Mt. Holly 

Robinwood Charles Avery Bradley, Gastonia 

Salem „ Raymond Franklin 

Sandy Plains Grover Willis, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Rex Lovin, Gastonia 

Southside Artie Parker, Gastonia 

Stanley, First Eli J. Brown, Stanley 

Taylor Memorial Harold Upton, Gastonia 

Temple Steve Beeier, Gastonia 

Trinity Ben NeaJ, Bessemer City 

Victory Ronnie Withers, Gastonia 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS OR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Belmont, First David H. Best 

Bingham Memorial Curtis R. England 

Catawba Heights Richard Brown 

Chapel Grove Joel Harris 

Cherryville, First Albert Leath, Jr. 

Cramerton, First James Kelley 

East Belmont Gerald Campbell 

Gamble Hill Charles Stewart 

Gaston Ronnie Grant 

Gastonia, First Charles B. Summey 

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Loray R. Love Dixon 

Mount Holly, First Harry McCall 

Oak Grove David L. Beam 

Plainview Danny W. Jones 

Ridge Gary Rankin 

Sandy Plains Vernon Frank 

Shady Grove Amos Kiser 

South Marietta Street W. Wayne Johnston 

Stanley, First James Adams 

Taylor Memorial Lonnie C. Hoyle 

Tuckaseege W. T. Puckett, Jr. 

Unity, Gastonia Herman Motsinger 

West Cramerton Forrest Ridings 

YOUTH DIRECTORS 

Belmont, First David H. Best 

Bessemer City, First William D. Wise 

Bethlehem William B. Ewing 

Bingham Memorial Curtis R. England 

Catawba Heights Richard Brown 

Chapel Grove Terry Usery 

Cherryville, First Carl R. Givens 

Cramerton, First James Kelley 

Dallas Alan B. Putnam 

Gaston Ronnie Grant 

Gastonia, First Calvin Dellinger 

Loray Don C. Benfield 

Mt. Beulah Judy Cook 

Mt. Zion Katie Hatcher 

Parkwood Lawton Neely 

Rankin Lake John Harper 

Riverside Barbara Garrison 

Seventh Avenue Johnny Biles 

Temple Steve Beeler 

Unity, Belmont Benton Barron 

Unity, Gastonia Rusty Chappell 

West Cramerton Forrest Ridings 

Woodlawn Jerry Watts 

RECREATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Alexis Mike Hipp 

Belmont, First David H. Best 

Catawba Heights Richard Brown 

Cedar Grove Aubrey Epperson 

Chapel Grove Terry Usery 

Gastonia, First Calvin Dellinger 

Holland Memorial Aldrey Ballard 

Mount Holly, First Eugene Barrow 

Plainview Kenny A. McClure 

Shady Grove Bill Mauney 

Stanley, First Lawrence L, Capps 

Temple Steve Beeler 

Trinity Pearl Dellinger 

United, Belmont Jack Ellington 

SECRETARIES 

Alexis ; Kay B. Sisk 

Anthony Grove Daphine Newton 

Belmont, First Shirley Bowen 

Berea Darlene Caldwell 

Bessemer City, First Katherine Guiton 

Bessemer City, Second Linda Scates 

Bethany Marsha Carpenter 

Bethlehem Ann Hubbard 

Bingham Memorial Mozelle Badger 

Brookleigh Audrey Hicks 

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Calvary Peggy Mincey 

Catawba Heights Louise Perkins 

Cedar Grove Margaret James 

Centerview Louise Perkins 

Chapel Grove Marcella Wiggins 

Cherryville, First Jeanette Henley 

Cherryville, Second Janet Self 

Chestnut Ridge Lillian Nolan 

Christ Community Cathy Sims 

Community Ruby Bumgamer 

Cramerton, First Bobbie Roberts 

Dallas Hazel Schrum 

East Belmont Patsy Campbell 

East, Gastonia Patricia Kaps 

Fairview Donna Long 

Faith, Gastonia Fred Tatham 

Flint-Groves Mildred Noblett 

Fraley Memorial Joan McCombs 

Friendship Evelyn Mathis 

Gaston Jane Phillips 

Gastonia, First Faye B. Armour 

Grace Jean Wallace 

Hardin Kathie Hensley 

Hickory Grove Diane Brock 

High Shoals Joyce W. Hovis 

Holland Memorial Rhonda Toney 

Long Creek Memorial Peggy McCraw 

Loray Ruby W. Carpenter 

Love Memorial Betty Baumgarner 

Lowell, First Terry Thomasson 

Maranatha Linda C. Millwood 

McAdenville Mrs. Steve Rankin 

Mt. Beulah Peggy Yandle 

Mt. Holly, First Mrs. J. K. Carpenter 

Mt. Holly, Second Rosalee Noles 

Mt. Zion Joyce B. Dellinger 

New Heights Frances L. Paris 

New Hope Mrs. W. W. Stowe 

New Life, Stanley Mr. Charles Rhyne 

Northside Estelle Kirkland 

Oak Grove Betty Sisk 

Parkwood Mrs. Frank Mann 

Providence Mr. Bill Hottel 

Rankin Lake Ms. Wheeler Lineberger 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton 

Ridge Linda Dockery 

Ridgeview Nancy Jenkins 

Robinwood Charles Muse 

Sandy Plains Joan Hoffman 

Seventh Avenue Mrs. Gale Watson 

Shady Grove Mrs. Michael Davis 

South Marietta Street Lucille Anthony 

South Point Pat Hasbrouck 

Southside Frances Passmore 

Springfield „ Rachel Hayes 

Stanley, First Mrs. Frank McClure 

Stowe Memorial Carolyn McClellan 

Taylor Memorial Sue McSwain 

Temple Phyllis Walters 

Tuckaseege Mrs. R. Mack Pressley 

United, Belmont Billie Jean Owenby 

Unity, Belmont Paulette Atkins 

Unity, Gastonia Veda Rhyne 

Victory Beth Russell 

West Cramerton Brenda Phillips 

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West Franklin Avenue Louise Vamadore 

Woodlawn Jane M. Saunders 

ORGANISTS (or pianist if not organist) 

Alexander Memorial Sheila Kerley 

Alexis Mrs. Alfred Hager 

Anthony Grove Vicki Oraig 

Belmont, First Mr. Nelson Hayes 

Berea Gail Caldwell 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. Jerry Hopper 

Bessemer City, Second Anna Lou Holland 

Bethany Frances Pearson 

Bethlehem Sue Ghantt 

Bingham Memorial Mrs. Ray England 

Brookleigh Mrs. Noble Ball 

Calvary Naomi Sahms 

Catawba Heights Terry Collins 

Cedar Grove EUyn Guthrie 

Centerview Nancy Marze 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Ron Willis 

Cherryville, Second Carolyn Rayfield 

Chestnut Ridge Patty McLeymore 

Community Doris Pace 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Earl Loftis 

Dallas Mr. Ted Huggins 

East Belmont Mrs. W. E. Jones 

East, Gastonia > Shirley Caldwell 

Fairview Donna Long 

Faith, Gastonia Edith Byrd 

Flint-Groves Mr. Gene Russell 

Fraley Memorial Treva Edmondson 

Friendship Betty Willis 

Gamble Hill Mary Ellen Carpenter 

Gaston Jane Phillips 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Fred Ratchford 

Gateway Thresa Kirby 

Grace , Suzanne Barber 

Hardin Pam Smith 

Hickory Grove Kathy Craig 

High Shoals, First Joyce W. Hovis 

Holland Memorial Edith Millwood 

Lakeview Cora Lee Jenkins 

Long Creek Memorial Chrystal Thomburg 

Loray Mary Johnson 

Love Memorial Ardrue McMahan 

Lowell, First Mrs. J. R. Carpenter 

Macedonia JoAnn Raxter 

Marantha ,.... Judy G. Center 

McAdenville Mrs. C. E. Pressley 

Midway Sandra Harmon 

Mt. Beulah Nan Stines 

Mt. Holly, First Mrs. David Nesnow 

Mt. Holly, Second Mr. Vernon Thomas 

Mt. Zion Sharon Brown 

New Heights Jeanette Godfrey 

New Hope Mrs. James Hovis 

New Life, Stanley Judy Homesley 

North Main Francis Bridges 

Northside Margie Corn 

Oak Grove Mrs. Ricky Ford 

Parkwood Baptist Mrs. Gordon Bane 

Plainview Mrs. Gary Lyles 

Providence Blenda Gault 

Rankin Lake Ms. Joel Carrigan 

Ranlo Paula Saunders 

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Ridge Vangie Ahizer 

Ridgeview Linda Smith 

Riverside Betty Hensley 

Robinwood Terry Bradley 

Rosewood Pam Walters 

Salem Phyliss Queen 

Sandy Plains Joan Hoffman 

Seventh Avenue Dot Green 

Shady Grove Brenda Davis 

South Marietta Street Janice Cloninger 

South Point Libby Byrum 

Southside Helen Parker 

Springfield Louise Broome 

Stanley, First Rachel Bumgarner 

Stowe Memorial Betty Huffman 

Sunnyside Diane Ledford 

Sunset Forest Kay Toomey 

Temple Phyllis Walters 

Trinity Linda Willis 

Tuckaseege Becky McCotter 

United, Belmont Bobbie Strain 

Unity, Belmont Frances Whitesides 

Unity, Gastonia Carolyn Echerd 

Victory Annette Rednour 

Webb's Chapel Mildred Mauney 

West Cramerton Phyllis Harris 

West Franklin Avenue Gloria Bartlett 

Woodlawn Virginia Fulbright 

DIRECTOR OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

Alexis Dorothy Long 

Anthony Grove Judy Rayfield 

Belmont, First Jodie Bass 

Berea Gail Caldwell 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. T. A. Lynn, Sr, 

Catawba Heights Joyce Brown 

Centerview Margaret Dellinger 

Chestnut Ridge Cindy Milling 

Cramerton, First Joel Ellington 

East, Gastonia Ann Woodruff 

Friendship Lynn Mathis 

Gastonia, First „ Julius Sanders 

Gateway Judy Dellinger 

High Shoals, First Cathy Babb 

Lakeview Willie Brittain 

Long Creek Memorial Peggy McCraw 

Loray Marguerite Styers 

New Heights Carlene Carpenter 

New Life, Stanley Regina Fisher 

Parkwood Mrs. M. O. Owens, Jr. 

Providence Virginia Cromer 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton 

Riverside Melanie Cloninger 

Sandy Plains Lana Bumgardner 

Seventh Avenue Martha Groves 

Shady Grove Mrs. Danny Hester 

Stanley, First Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey 

Stowe Memorial Diane Rankin 

Temple Phyllis Walters 

Tuckaseege Mrs. G. L. Nichols 

Unity, Gastonia Marjorie Holland 

Victory Pat Hartman 

West Cramerton Mr. David Watkins 

West Franklin Catherine Spencer 

Woodlawn Ruby Usery 

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REPORT OF THE BOLD MISSION THRUST COMMITTEE TO THE 
ANNUAL SESSION OF THE GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

The Bold Mission Thrust Committee, appointed by the Executive Committee, 
has worked over a period of several weeks evaluating needs and possible goals for the 
Gaston Baptist Association. This has been no simple task. We sought to determine the 
direction which would meet the needs of people and would at the same time be the 
goals that would receive support from the churches in the Association. 

In keeping with the suggestions made by our Southern Baptist Convention and 
our North Carolina Baptist State Convention, this committee makes the following 
recommendations to the Association: 

. ' . ■ ' /- 

RECOMMENDATION 1. 

That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the doubling of the Associational 
Budget by the year 1983. This is to be done by making a 14.87% increase over the 
previous year's budget for the next five years. 

The strength of our Association lies in the commitment of our churches. Without 
the churches there would be no Association. With the commitment of each and every 
church in the Gaston Baptist Association, these goals will become more than a 
reality — they will become an expression of love and care and ministry. 





OUR RECOMMENDED GOALS 






1979-80 


1980-81 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1983-84 


Budget 


146,463 


168,242 


193,260 


221,998 


255,009 



RECOMMENDATION 2. 

That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the doubling of the amount 
expended for Crises Ministries by the year 1983. This is to be done by making a 
14.87% increase in the budget for this item over the previous year's budget for the 
next five years. 

We do not feel that the churches should be asked to do more than the Associ- 
ation of churches. With the churches increasing their mission gifts by 14.8% for the 
next five years the Association will also be involved in missions in Gaston County 
with the same percent of increase. 





OUR RECOMMENDED GOALS 






1979-80 


1980-81 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1983-84 


Crises Ministries 


11,487 


13,195 


15,157 


17,411 


20,000 



RECOMMENDATION 3. 

That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the doubling of baptisms by 
the year 1983. This is to be done by making a 14.87% increase over the previous 
year's total for the next five years. 

Recommendations 4, 5, & 6 will better enable these goals to become actualized. 





OUR 


RECOMMENDED GOALS 






1979-80 


1980-81 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1983-84 


i Baptisms 


1219 


1400 


1608 


1847 


2122 



RECOMMENDATION 4. 

That Gaston Baptist Association set aside a block of two weeks each year for 
the next five years for the purpose of a Simultaneous Revival effort. Cooperation in 
and support of such an annual effort is to be sought by the Association. 

RECOMMENDATION 5. 

That the Gaston Baptist Association have a yearly spiritual emphasis for the 
next five years and a second yearly emphasis in whatever area that needs attention 
in order that our goals in Bold Missions be realized. 

RECOMMENDATION 7. 

That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the increasing of our Sunday 
School enrollment by 20% by the year 1983. This will indeed help in the meeting 
of other recommended goals. ( 



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OUR RECOMMENDED GOALS 





1979-80 


1980-81 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1983-84 


Sunday School 
Enrollment 


26,062 


27,026 


28,026 


29,063 


30,158 



RECOMMENDATION 8. 

That Gaston Baptist Association work toward bringing into the fellowship of our 
Association the Black General Baptist Churches in Gaston County. 

RECOMMENDATION 9. 

That Gaston Baptist Association provide space in the office building for materials 
used in literacy missions and that the sum of one thousand dollars be budgeted for 
this ministry in 1979. 

RECOMMENDATION 10. 

That the Executive Committee appoint a committee for the purpose of locating 
an appropriate tract of land within our county for the purpose of erecting an appro- 
priate building which would be usd by churches for retreats, etc. Final approval is 
to be given by the General Board 

RECOMMENDATION 11. 

That Gaston Baptist Association develop within our Association a means whereby 
our young pastors and ministerial students could be brought into a "nurturing fellow- 
ship" which would best meet their needs at this particular time in their ministry and 
or pursuit of their education. 

RECOMMENDATION 12. 

That a Crisis Fund for pastors and churches be set-up and that in 1979 the sum 
of five thousand dollars be budgeted for this fund. That the Budget Committee each 
year look with favor upon this need and budget according to available funds. This 
fund is to be administered by a Crisis Fund Committee appointed by the Committee 
on Committees. 

RECOMMENDATION 13. 

That Gaston Baptist Association provide leadership and training for our volunteer 
and part-time leaders in church music. That a Music School or other appropriate 
opportunities be offered, especially for those working with pre-schoolers and children. 

RECOMMENDATION 14. 

That Gaston Baptist Association, because of its largeness, be zoned into groups 
of churches, much like the grouping for the Bold Mission Bible Conference with each 
group having at least one church for the purpose of helping the other churches within 
the group. The Association and this church would work together in offering leadership 
training, Bible study, doctrinal study, training for committees, such as nominating, 
finance, usher, etc., as well as help in any area that it may be needed. The success of 
our Bold Mission Bible Conference leads us to believe that such grouping and pro- 
gramming would lead to more involvement and better training. 
Sincerely submitted, 

Worth Braswell, Howard Corley, Fred Crisp, Marvin Willis, Bob Baynard, 
Olna Daves, Delene Russel, Fred West, Raymond White, Ch. 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES REPORT 1977-1978 

During 1977-78 the CSM Department of Gaston Baptist Association had a 
ministry in four of the five major areas of CSM work. 

I. CHURCH COMMUNITY WEEKDAY MINISTRIES 

a. 1 Summer worker for 10 weeks with Backyard Bible Clubs and Mission VBS. 
5 Mission VBS in Housing Developments. 
1 Exceptional people VBS. . 

1 Mission VBS at Piedmont Baptist Church. 
7 Backyard Bible Clubs — Davis Park — sponsored by Belmont First. 

4 Backyard Bible Clubs sponsored by Mt. Holly First in Mt. Holly. 

5 Groups in Gastonia Area, led by volunteers and directed by summer stu- 
dent Tommy Puckett. 

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b. 1 CSM program for 10 weeks sponsored by Southeastern Student at Bethle- 

hem Baptist Church. 

c. 1 Summer Student Worker, worked with 10 'Associational Churches with 

Senior Adult Clubs for 10 weeks. 

DEAF MINISTRY CONTINUES TO GROW 

a. 4 Group fellowships sponsored during year. 

b. Interpretation of Preaching and Sunday School Classes at Dallas, Flint 
Groves and Grace Baptist Churches. 

c. New class for interpreters starting October 8, 1978 at Baptist Building, Patsy 
Muggins, teacher. 

d. Goal for 1978-79 is 100 additional teachers. 

II. YOUTH AND FAMILY SERVICES 

a. Personal counselling with 46 families with 107 sessions. 

b. Provided Nursery for Well Baby Clinic at County Health Dept. 

c. Helped sponsor camp for 46 foster children at Camp Schiele, Tryon, N. C. 
for one week. 

d. Sponsored AA Meeting at Baptist Bldg. every Wednesday night. 

e. Sponsored meeting of "Friends Unlimited" Club, bi-monthly on Tuesday 
night at Baptist Bldg. (for parents without partners and others living alone). 

III. LITERACY MISSION, Directed by Olna Daves 

a. Sponsored 4 workshops and trained 54 tutors last year. 

b. A total of 110 more teaching, 78 adult pupils being taught and 85 youth 
being tutored at present. 

c. Our goal for 1978-79 is to train 100 more tutors. 

d. Next workshop, November 3-4; Friday, 6-10 p.m., Sat. 9-1 p.m. at Baptist 
Building. Please sign up now! 

IV. MIGRANT MISSIONS 

a. Only one family of migrant workers in Gaston Co. with 4 people. They were 
contacted by volunters from First Baptist, Cherryville. 

V. CRISES MINISTRY THROUGH BAPTIST CENTER 

Program led by Mrs. Stinnett 

a. Clothing orders 481 families 1924 individuals 

b. Food orders ' .. 273 families 1102 individuals 

c. Furniture & Household Items 106 families 412 individuals 

d. Utility bills 133 families 532 individuals 

e. Rent bills 30 families 120 individuals 

f. Medical & Prescriptions 64 families 64 individuals 

g. Transportation , 24 families 24 individuals 
h. Convalescent loan closet 11 families 11 individuals 
i. Other (health kits, yarn, etc.) 49 families 49 individuals 

TOTAL SERVED 1171 families 4238 individuals 

VI. a. Department sponsored an awareness conference for Middle Adults at Loray 
Baptist Church. 

b. Director presented program with 5 volunteers at Annual Meeting of State 
WMU. 

c. Participated in World Mission Conference in two associations in Florida and 
one in Virginia. 

d. Trained and taught in Key Leadership Program at Ridgecrest and in the 
Association. 

e. Served as Home & State Missionary at Acteen Camp, Betty Hastings; G.A. 
Camp, Mundo Vista and special camp for Foster Children at Camp Schieles. 

Next year we plan a conference in the area of youth and family with services to 
be co-sponsored with the Baptist Childrens Home of North Carolina. The purpose of 
this conference is to seek the prevention of Juvenile and Family Crises. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Yates W. Campbell, Director 
Wilma D. Stinnette, Caseworker 

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ANNUITY REPORT 

We have 66 churches out of a total of 98 enrolled in some form of our Annuity 
Program. This is only an increase of two (2) in the past two (2) years. We also showed 
an increase of 16 staff members enrolled. 

I think it would be wise for all churches to re-evaluate this program in behalf of 
their pastors. Please check the revision and new plans of our Annuity and up-date 
yours if you have not already. In the face of inflation I believe 10% of the basic 
salary should be paid for your pastor and family in this plan. This is about the least 
we could do for our pastors. 

Now the 32 churches that are not enrolled should give this a serious thought 
and enroll immediately. 

If you need any assistance, please call me or the Associational Office. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harold D. Miller 

CHURCH TRAINING 

by Worth Braswell 

This year we have observed on an associational basis: 

1) M NIGHT at Chapel Grove. 

Attendance was especially good with many churches repre- 
sented. Churches made and brought posters emphasizing some 
• phase of Church Training. Demonstrations were given of 

Children's Bible Drill and Youth Sword Drill. Slides of 
churches and pastors were shown and something related about 
what is going on in the training program of the churches. We 
also enjoyed seeing the film: BOLD DISCIPLESHIP. 

2) YOUTH NIGHT at Mount Holly Second. 

This meeting was well attended. The program consisted of 
song and testimony by youth of our association and a mes- 
sage brought by the president of Student government at Gard- 
ner Webb College. 

3) CHILDREN'S BIBLE DRILL at Dallas. 

Four churches — Midway, Parkwood, Alexis, and Dallas — 
participated. Twenty children went on to the state tourna- 
ment to become state winners. We are proud of these, and 
we urge others to be a part of this training in Bible knowledge. 
Next year we have plans to add to these activities a special emphasis on the 
doctrinal study to be held April 16 following. 

Church Training has become more than the on-going meeting that occurs on 
Sunday evenings just before the worship service. It includes all the training that a 
church does — the training of leaders, new members, and the training of members in 
doctrine and skills. Training is a necessary part of the program of every church. 
There is a wealth of materials available, and special meetings are held in our associ- 
ation so that every leader CAN become skilled to some degre in his place of service. 
With the emphasis on winning the lost in BOLD MISSIONS we are called on 
again to give attention to the need of equipping these new-born Christians to grow 
and develop as disciples. Each church has the responsibility of seeing that they 
become grounded in the faith by a love and knowledge of Bible doctrine. We do well 
to study the needs of our church and plan our training programs to fill these needs. 
God will bless as we are faithful to give our best in equipping disciples to serve. 

ANNUAL ASSOCIATIONAL EVANGELISM REPORT 

1978 

On June 18-25, 1978, fifty five (55) of our Gaston Baptist Association Churches 
cooperated in a Gaston County James Robison Evangelistic Crusade which was held 
at the Ashbrook High School Stadium. The following decisons were registered during 
this crusade: 

Professions of Faith 428 

Rededications 527 

Other Decisions 112 

Total Decisions 1067 , 

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Through the crusade I saw that Gaston Baptists will accept a challenge, so I 
challenge you to: 

1. Have Soul Winning Commitment Day on January 7 and ask your people to 
commit themselves to Soul Winning. 

2. Conduct Soul Winning training for those who made a commitment on Soul 
Winning Commitment Day. 

3. Attend the North Carolina Baptist Evangelism Conference on February 5-7, 
1979. 

4. Have Youth Week with a Youth-led Revival. 

5. Have at least two church-wide revivals during the year. 

6. Take youth to Youth Evangelism Conference in Greensboro on August 17, 
1979. 

7. Use your Sunday School to evangelize the lost in your area. Teach to them 
the book: "Witness to Win" by Max L. Caldwell (available at the Baptist 
Book Store). Here is one quote from the book in answer to the question, 
"What is Sunday School witnessing?" 

"It is the people of God actively seeking out unredeemed persons; 
sharing concern for them; teaching them God's truths through Bible 
study; and leading them, under the influence of the Holy Spirit, into 
a faith relationship with God through Jesus Christ." 

8. Use your Church Training time to train soul winners. 

9. Have a scheduled day for church-wide visitation to the community. 
10. Be a soul winner yourself. 

For Evangelism I recommend that our motto be: "EVERYONE WIN ONE!" 

Respectfully submitted, 
James A. Lowery, Chairman 

FOREIGN MISSIONS REPORT 

by Mrs. Carl Bates 

The emphasis of the Southern Baptist Convention is on Bold Mission Thrust — 
to reach the world for Christ by the end of the present century. The Foreign Mission 
Board is already reporting a great mission advance and we are grateful for this 
enthusiastic effort. There is need for continued prayer support and increased financial 
support. 

The devaluation of the American dollar is seriously hampering the Southern 
Baptist missionary work around the world. So far the increase in Cooperative Program 
and Lottie Moon Offering receipts is barely keeping up with inflation. The increase 
is certainly not sufficient to keep pace with the objectives of the Bold Mission Thrust. 
About 90 percent of Foreign Mission Board funds go overseas for the mission work. 
Of that amount 60 percent goes for missionary support. A Southern Baptist mission- 
ary's salary must now be supplemented by cost-of-living increases, and this varies 
dramatically from country to country. 

The Foreign Mission Board is committed to the support of the missionary. 
Southern Baptist level of support for missionaries is in the upper 25 percent of all 
denominations supporting missions. Thus when a missionary is appointed, the basic 
responsibility of the Board is the support of that missionary. 

As of January 1, 1978, there were 2,776 missionaries under appointment. This 
includes 2,365 career missionaries, 217 assocates, 183 journeymen, and 11 special 
project workers. The 1977 appointments bring the total appointed since the Board 
was organized in 1845 to 6,147. 

A total of 2,413 people in addition to the missionary staff went overseas in 1977 
in response to the Bold Mission Thrust. Their individual service ranged from two 
weeks to one year. 

In 1977 Southern Baptists contributions for foreign missions totaled $57,918,817. 
The 1977 Lottie Moon Christmas Offering receipts were $31,938,553.04, an increase 
of 11.04 percent over the total for the 1976 offering. Approximately 50 percent of 
the Southern Baptist Convention Cooperative Program funds is made available 
annually for foreign missions. 

Keith Parks, director of the board's missions support division, says "We are 
seeing this year a real upsurge of missionary appointments. It appears to be our best 
year ever". He adds, "However, that upsurge has not been matched by giving. Our 
biggest concern is that we will have more missionaries than we have equipment and 
supplies for them to use". 

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The shrinking buying power of the dollar has forced the Board to re-evaluate 
their work in some areas. At this point, it is not affecting decisions on placement of 
missionaries. 

Southern Baptists have always been called upon to "pray for and give to" 
missions. Surely, never before in the history of the Southern Baptist Convention has 
there been a greater need for increased prayer and financial support. Facilities for 
going into all the world are within our grasp. Modern technology has given us the 
airplane, radio and televisions — means by which we can tell the whole world about our 
loving Savior. Our Bold Mission Thrust will succeed only if each Southern Baptist 
does his part. 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT 

The major emphasis of the Associational Sunday School team during the 1977-78 
year was Training-Learning Improvement. The major focus for the emphasis was the 
Associational Sunday School Leadership Night, September 26, 1978 at First Baptist 
Church of Mount Holly. Conference leaders and attendance were as follows: 

Preschool workers — Patsy Campbell 33 

Children's workers — Jerry Watts 38 

Youth workers — Judy Cook 22 

Adult workers — Debbie Connell 50 

General Officers— Harry McCall 35 

Total Present 178 

In addition to the Leadership Night, Judy Cook led a conference for Youth 
Workers at Tuckaseege and Harry McCall led a "resource kit interpretation clinic" 
for the adult workers at Fraley Memorial last Spring. The Sunday School Emphasis 
for 1978-79 were presented to the pastors at the Minister's Conference on August 28, 
1978 and again the next night to 28 Sunday School Directors from the churches. 

The main event of the year was the Associational Bold Mission Bible Confer- 
ence conducted in eight locations simultaneously, March 27-30, 1978, A total of 
3,059 people participated in this Conference. 

Vacation Bible School enrollment for 1978 was 4,596 with 40 churches reporting. 
There were 289 workers who attended the VBS Clinics. Particular emphasis was 
placed on Backyard Bible Clubs with 19 reported. There were three Mission VBS 
conducted by 3 of our churches. 

Looking ahead to the Bold Mission Thrust challenge of a 5% increase in Sunday 
School enrollment in each of the next four years, the following proposals are made: 

1. To increase the Associational Sunday School team from five to twelve mem- 
bers to more effectively train the new workers that will be necessary. 

2. To consider the possibility of area training workshops to reach more churches 
and leaders. 

3. To plan and conduct a Bible Venture Campaign, September 22-26, 1979. It 
will be patterned after the Sunday School Enlargement Campaign with the 
added feature of Teaching-Learning Improvement. 

4. To encourage churches to invite workers from area churches to attend train- 
ing projects when possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harry McCall 

Associational Sunday School Director 

THE BLESSINGS OF ONENESS 

ANNUAL SERMON 

by Law M. Mobley 

Pastor of Unity Baptist, Gastonia 

Think with me this evening about two ideas of our religious lives. 

1. The City bus idea 

2, The fireside idea 
What do I mean by this? 

In a train or plane, a city bus, or a cross-country bus, you sit beside your fellow 
passenger. You are going in the same direction, but you usually have no real fellow- 
ship with or interest in one another. 

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Then there is the fireside or perhaps the family meal table, where members of 
the family gather together — where they are at home — where they converse with one 
another — where a common relationship binds all together in a warm bond of love 
and fellowshi|i and there is a sense of oneness. 

It is a grim fact of much of our religious life that individuals can be affihated 
with the same denomination, have their names on the roll of the same congregation, 
sit in the same pew, sing out of the same hymnal, and yet experience very little more 
meaningful and mutually supportive fellowship than those on the bus or the plane 
or train!! 

I am not speaking merely of cooperation. That is very important to Southern 
Baptists. With the world-wide program that we have we can't operate unless we 
cooperate. Cooperation is beautiful, and I believe, scriptural, but in my present con- 
text, I am thinking more of oneness than cooperation. Many people "go along" in a 
gesture of cooperation and yet do not have in essence the blessings of oneness which 
I believe the scriptures teach. Neither am I speaking of mere togetherness. We can 
gather crowds together and there is proximity, closeness, etc. but even though there 
may be togetherness, the beauty of oneness may be lacking. 

What is it that is so often missing? It is something that emerges in a two-word 
phrase that appears six times in Paul's epistle to the Ephesians. 

"One another" is the phrase. Sounds bland and unexciting, doesn't it? Well, don't 
them conscientiously busy all their days. To be sure, we were made for God and are 
be fooled. It implies things that should make Christians bubblingly grateful and keep 
empty without Him. 

Also, it is true that in Christ we were made for each other and are impoverished 
without that awareness. 

John Fawcett had the idea, I think, when he wrote those blessed words we some- 
times sing 

,. , Blest be the tie that binds - 

Our hearts in Christian love; 
The fellowship of kindred minds 
Is like to that above. 

We share our mutual woes, 
Our mutual burdens bear; 
And often for each other flows 
The sympathizing tear. 

I feel that the scriptures have something to say to us in our individual churches 
and also in our inter-action as cooperating churches within our Association. Let's 
look at Paul's handling of the matter. 

I. There is the "one another of mutual toleration. 

In Ephesians 4:2 we read, "With all lowliness and meekness, with longsuffering, 
forbearing one another in love." 

The most saintly of our members have blind spots and rough edges here and 
there. 

Clean motivations can sometimes co-exist with crude performances. Oh, how 
often we intend to do the right thing and yet make such a mess of it. Hence our need 
one of its firmest tests in our ability to put up with the ignorance, uncouthness, 
to exercise longsuffering towards one another. Christian love — agape love — meets 
awkwardnesses and uncongenialities, of our brothers and sisters in the Lord. We are 
not all alike. Some may be more attractive than others. Within our fellowship of 
messengers from our several churches, we may have decided differences in our life- 
styles, worship procedures, singing^some may prefer Saturday night so-called "gos- 
pel" singing while others want Bach!! Still, we can love each other and have biblical 
koinonia — a fellowship in the Spirit that is sweet and beautiful. We don't have to 
agree on everything, but we can practice "mutual toleration." 

n. There is the "one another" of mutual Communication. 

Look with me at Ephesians 4:25: "Therefore, putting away falsehood, let every 
one speak the truth with his neighbor, for we are members one of another." (RSV) 

Note the two words "therefore" and "for." TTie first refers back to verse 24. The 
new life we have in Christ is "created after the likeness of God in true righteousness 
and holiness." Therefore, drop lying and put on truth. 

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The second word "for" points to our involvement with one another in the new 
society of which Christ is the living Head. 

You see — Paul rests the responsibility for telling the truth not on the threat or 
fear of hell, but on the twin fact of our identity with God in Christ and our com- 
munity with one another in the Spirit. 

Essential to the maintenance of this community is a regard for one another so 
high that we will not practice dishonesty or deception. Such false dealing tears the 
fabric of our fellowship, whether it be in the local church or in our Association. 

ni. There is the "one another" of mutual Compassion, 

Ephesians 4:32 tells us, 'and be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one 
another, as God in Christ forgave you." (RSV) 

Be kind to one another, we are told. 

This is the disposition of mind which leads a person to think as much of his 
neighbor's affairs as he does his own. 

A big word today, especially of the psychiatrists, is empathy. It's the concern by 
means of which one puts oneself in the other person's place. The enemies of this 
compassion are such things as Paul mentions in verse 3 1 "bitterness," "wrath," "anger," 
"slander," and "malice." 

Do we rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep? Really, 
do we care for one another and love one another as we should? If your neighboring 
church has a great revival with a real harvest of souls, do you feel good about it and 
rejoice with them? 

rV. There is the "one another" of mutual remission. 

Look at verse 32 again. We saw one part of the verse, but look also at another 
part: "forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you." 

A lady once said, "I cannot forgive that woman and I won't." 

Her attitude flew in the face of the fact that Christ's forgiven people constitute a 
community of forgiveness. Friends, life is too short to be little, and life is too brief to 
harbor grudges and unforgiveness. 

Peter once asked, according to Matthew 18:21, "Lord, how often shall my brother 
sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?" Do you remember Jesus' 
reply in verse 22? "I do not say to you seven times, but seventy times seven." 

Peter probably thought that seven times was a big stretching out of the forgiving 
spirit. 

Christian forgiveness, Peter was to learn, and we need to learn, is not mathe- 
matical; it is inexhaustible. Do you remember that time somebody offended you or 
did you wrong in some way? Did you forgive him? 

V. There is the "one another" of Mutual Celebration 

We read a part of Ephesians 5:19 which says, "addressing one another in Psalms 
and hymns and spiritual songs." 

The situation Paul is describing is that of Christians who reject the option of 
getting drunk with wine and are filled with the Spirit of God. See verse 18. 

The result is a festival of praise in which the gratitude of all is the stimulus of 
each, and the gratitude of each is the enrichment of all. 

The early Christians were singing Christians — chiefly because they were thankful 
Christians. They had a symphony of joy about their lives. How really happy are you? 

Dear friends, we should be happy Christians!! God has done so much for us! 
Praise His Name! 

VI. Finally, there are blessings of oneness in the "one another" of mutual submis- 
siveness. 

Ephesians 5:21 says, "Be subject to one another out of reverence for Christ." 
Study this whole context. Paul cites three basic social relationships. 

1. Husbands and wives 

2. Parents and children 

3. Masters and servants 

It is the mutuality of the submission that marks the relation as Christian. One- 
sided domination is not what Paul is after. It is recprocal concern and responsibility 
that he commends and commands. 

We have spoken of six disciplines that should govern our involvement with "one 
another" in and under the Lordship of Christ. 



The acceptance and practice of these would do wonders in our families and 
churches and in our world. The blessings of oneness can be ours. 
The fireside is better than the bus. 

Law M. Mobley 

October 19, 1978 

Annual Associational Sermon 

Gaston Baptist Association 

Meeting at 
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HISTORY OF RANLO BAPTIST CHURCH 

Ranlo Baptist Church had its beeinning in the latter part of 1917 or early 1918 
as a mission of Loray Baptist Church. After approximately 18 months, the Church 
was organized with the following members: Mrs. J. C. Costner, Ellen Clary (Messer), 
M.r and Mrs. W. J. Day, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ford, Mr. 
and Mrs. J. F. Hawkins, Mrs. Lizzie Norton, Mrs. Cora McArver, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. 
Paysour, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Reeves, Nellie Reeves, Elmer Reeves, Beulah Reeves, 
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stafford, Floyd Stafford, Vera Stafford, Mrs. D. G. Watts, Mr. 
and Mrs. W. A. Wallace, and Reverend G. P. Abernathy was the Church's first Pastor. 

The Ranlo Grade School building was used for church services, with preaching 
twice monthly. The real problems of the church began with preparations for and 
building a house of worship. The first building, a wooden structure, was used only a 
short time when it was completely destroyed by fire. This made necessary a new 
beginning. Surely it was a good time to quit. Not only were there no funds with which 
to begin anew, but there was a burden of debt due to insufficient insurance to cover 
the loss caused by the fire. The Church went back to the Rex Community house for 
services, cleared away the ashes, and began building a brick house of worship, and 
during the summer and fall of 1923 completed their building. 

The Church continued to grow under the leadership of dedicated pastors until 
in 1937 additional space was necessary. A building fund was started and during the 
years 1937-1947 approximately $20,000 was contributed. However, this was not a 
sufficient amount to begin a building program, and it was not until 1950 that the 
Church authorized the building committee to arrange necessary finances and proceed 
with the construction of a new building. The ground breaking was held on March 26, 
1950, and construction was officially begun. 

The first service was held in the new church which had cost approximately 
$83,500, on December 17, 1950. On the first Sunday in February 1955, the last of 
the indebtedness was put in the treasury, at which time the congregation sang, "Praise 
God From Whom All Blessings Flow." 

But this was not the end of the building program. Again the Church grew, and 
again it was felt that additional space was necessary. In conference, the Church voted 
to build an educational building that would take care of teaching facilities for the 
children and young people. A loan of $60,000 was secured from Gastonia Mutual 
Savings and Loan Association on May 27, 1957. The building was started immediately, 
and on the first Sunday in November 1957, we entered the new facilities. The final 
payment on the educational building was made and the note was burned at Home- 
coming on August 3, 1967. 

During these years physical improvements were made to the grounds and the 
pastorium, but spiritual growth was also evident as the original membership had 
grown to a total of 572 resident members in 1967. 

In 1969 the church voted to permit the Pastor to purchase a home for himself. 
It later called Mr. Carlton Wilkes as Minister of Music and Youth and they moved 
into the present pastorium. For future expansion the church also purchased two 
houses and lots adjacent to the church property. The old hut has been renovated; a 
new church sign built; and carpet put down in the halls. Also cushions were added to 
the sanctuary for the comfort of the members. Having bought a new church bus, the 
Church has launched into a bus ministry and this looks to be an excellent way that 
God has led the Church to fulfill the Great Commission. The future looks bright for 
Ranlo Baptist Church, as we life up our eyes and look upon the fields that are white 
unto harvest. With God's help, we shall labor diligently in those fields. 

Six sons of the congregation are ordained ministers of the gospel: Earl Redding, 
L. E. Bookout, A. V. Ledford, Ray Price, Randy Elrod and Bob McNew. 



CHURCHES OF GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION BY GROUPS 



Churches By Groups 



Exec. Comm. 
Contact Person 



1. MOUNT HOLLY-McADENVILLE 
Berea 

Catawba Heights 
Centerview 

Hickory Grove Ray Helms 

Lakeview J. D. Williams 

McAdenville 
Mt. Holly First 
Mt. Holly Second 
N. Main St. 
Ridgeview 
Sunset Forest 
*Tuckaseege 
MISSIONS: 

East Chapel (Mt. Holly 1st) 
Rankin Hill (McAdenville) 

2. BELMONT-CRAMERTON 

Alexander Memorial 
Belmont First 
*Cramerton First 
East Belmont 
Faith, Belmont 

Friendship Walter Long 

New Life Ralph Wilson 

Providence 
Riverside 
Robinwood 

Sandy Plains " 

South Point 
Stowe Memorial 
Unity 
United 
West Cramerton , 



3. DALLAS-STANLEY 
Alexis 
Community 
Dallas 
Gaston 
Hardin 
High Shoals 
Long Creek Memorial 
New Life 
Plainview 
Rankin Lake 
Springfield 
*Stanley First 
MISSION: -^ 

Long Creek 



Worth Braswell 
Larry Isaacs 



Churches By Groups 

4. CHERRYVILLE 
Anthony Grove 
Cherryville First 
Cherryville Second 
Mt. Beulah 

Mt. Zion 
Oak Grove 
*Shady Grove 
Sunnyside 
Webbs Chapel 

5. BESSEMER CITY 
*Bessemer City 1st 

Bessemer City 2nd 
Bingham 
Chestnut Ridge 
Faith, B.C. 
Gamble Hill 
Holland Memorial 
Maranatha 
Mountain View 
Sunnyside 
Trinity 

6. WEST GASTONIA 
Chapel Grove 
Christ Community 
Fairview 

Faith, Gastonia 
Loray 
Macedonia 
Midway 
Temple 

* Unity, Gastonia 
W. Franklin 



7. CENTRAL GASTONIA 
Bethany 
Brookleigh 
Calvary 
Gastonia First 
Little Mtn. Rd. 
Love Memorial 
Ridge 
Salem 
*South Marietta St 
Taylor Memorial 
Victory 
Southside 



Exec. Comm. 
Contact Person 



Doug Baltzegar 
Hoyle Allred 



A. A. Bailey 
Glenn Caldwell 



Love Dixon 
Howard Corley 



James Re vis 
Hoyle Alexander 
Eugene Passmore 



8. EAST GASTONIA 

Bethel 
Bethlehem 
*East Gastonia 
Flint Groves 
Fraley Memorial 
Grace 
Lowell First 



Ralph Farrar 



Gateway 

New Hope 

Northside 

Parkwood 

Ranlo 

Seventh Avenue 

Woodlawn 

Cedar Grove 



Yates Campbell 



C & B Quality Printing, Belmont, N. C. 



1979 ANNUAL 




GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIA TiON 
NORTH CAROLINA 



97 CHURCHES COOPERATING IN THE GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

(Location same as mailing address unless shown differently) 
(Phone Numbers as Dialed from Gastonia) (1 — Interim Pastor) 



ALEXANDER MEMORIAL 825-2316 

208 S. Main Street, Belmont 

Eugene Hale 

ALEXIS 1-263-2301 

Alexis-High Shoals Road 

Mailing: P.O. Box 39 

Stanley K. Howard 1-263-4018 

ANTHONY GROVE 1-435-5656 

Anthony Grove Church Road, Grouse 

Mailing: R. 1, Box 123B 

R. Douglas Baltzegar 1-435-5656 

BELMONT FIRST 825-3758 

23 N. Central Ave., Belmont 

Jack A. Painter 825-3867 

BELMONT EAST 825-5780 

501 E. Catawba St., Belmont 

W. Elvin Jones 825-5404 

BEREA 827-3241 

Rt. 2, Box 227, Gastonia 

PeteMillen(I) 825-8768 

BESSEMER CITY FIRST 629-4158; 629-4159 

107 E. Washington Ave., Bessemer City 

Mailing: P.O. Box 397 

A. A. Bailey 629-2548 

BESSEMER CITY SECOND 629-2464 

P. O. Box 54 

BETHANY 865-5645 

2903 Goble Street, Gastonia 

Troy E. Thomas 864-9116 

BETHEL 824-4644 

Main Street, Lowell 

James A. Drennan 864-7453 

BETHLEHEM 864-0406 

539 N. New Hope Road, Gastonia 

BINGHAM MEMORIAL 629-2391 

616 Athenia Place, Bessemer City 

Ray W. England 629-4506 

BROOKLEIGH 866-7572 

3425 Robinson Road, Gastonia 

Richard E. Hicks 864-3346 

CALVARY 865-8229 

3001 S. York Road, Gastonia 

Bobbie H. Belcher 864-3707 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS 827-5513 

101 Beatty Road, Belmont 

Max Pendleton 827-5530 

CEDAR GROVE 

1326 Cedar Street, Gastonia 

Mailing: RED 5, Box 571 

E. Garland Powell 824-2879 

CENTER VIEW 827-2061 

88 Acme Road, Belmont 

Jess L. Ballew 827-4003 

CHAPEL GROVE 864-6134 

Camp Rotary Road 

Mailing: Rt. 1, Box 229, Gastonia 

James A. Lowery 867-2685 

CHERRYVILLE FIRST 1-435-3796 

301 E. First Street 

Mailing: P.O. Box 516 

Joel P. Jenkins 1-435-9225 

CHERRYVILLE SECOND 1-435-9657 

201 Houser Street 

Keith Love 1-435-6286 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 739-4015 

County Road #1407 

Mailing: Rt. 3, Box 30, Kings Mtn. 

Mitchell M. Pruitt 739-3081 

CHRIST COMMUNITY 

1132 N. Ransom Street 

Jason Scott 866-0225 

COMMUNITY 922-3426 

Rt. 2, Box 782, Dallas 

Roland S. Simmons 922-3426 

CRAMERTON FIRST 824-1991 

8th Ave. at 10th St. 

Eugene Johns 824-2878 



CRAMERTON WEST 824-4213 

P.O. Box 656 

James Barnes 824-1752 

DALLAS 922-3201 

402 W. Trade Street 

Mailing: P.O. Box 572 

Worth Braswell 922-7431 

FAIRVIEW 864-6876 

1706 West Davidson Ave., Gastonia 

Walter Flay Payne 629-3084 

FAITH BELMONT 825-2482 

270 5th St. Ext. 

Larry M. Gaddis 825-2482 

FAITH BESSEMER CITY 

P.O. Box 622 

John L. Bucchanan 629-2741 

FAITH GASTONIA 

1102 W. Walnut Ave. 

Renard Nolen 867-5436 

FLINT GROVES 865-4068 

2017 E. Ozark Ave., Gastonia 

Raleigh Castelloe, Jr. 867-2559 

FRALEY MEMORIAL 824-4520 

34 E. 2nd St., Smyre, Gastonia 

Russell L. Hinton 824-3165 

FRIENDSHIP 825-3276 

Rt. 1, Box 92-A, Belmont 

John E. Wren 825-3591 

GASTON 922-7826 

516 S. Gaston Ave., Dallas 

Mailing: P.O. Box 583 

Hazel P. Boyd 922-4746 

GASTONIA EAST 865-2001 

114 N. Church Street 

Robert N. Winecoff 866-7928 

GASTONIA FIRST 865-8576 

201 W. Frankhn Ave. 

Mailing: P.O. Box 98 

A. Douglas Aldrich 867-6036 

GATEWAY 867-7090 

734 N. Modena St., Gastonia 

GRACE 864-5121 

2200 Auten Road, Gastonia 

Bob Bodenhamer 864-6529 

HARDIN 922-3763 

Rt. 3, Box 192, Dallas 

Fain Farmer 922-8778 

HARMONY 864-1351 

Rt. 3, Puetts Chapel Rd., Bessemer 

Mailing: Rt. 1, Box 186 

A. David Stewart 864-1351 

HICKORY GROVE 827-3939 

Rt. 2, Box 117, Gastonia 

L. Dean Proctor 827-6264 

HIGH SHOALS FIRST 735-5652 

P. O. Box 37 

Joseph A. Campbell 735-1173 

HILLVIEW 

Rt. 1, Box 305 

Harold Fite 922-4395 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL 

Rt. 1, Box 302-A, Bessemer City 

Kenneth Anthony 629-3602 

LAKEVIEW 824-4462 

Church Street, McAdenville 

Mailing: P.O. Box 486 

Jackie T. Stafford 824-1722 

LAUREL WOOD 

Route 3, Gastonia 

Carroll Henderson (I) 867-5611 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL 922-3306 

P.O. Box 484. Dallas 

Fred C. Crisp 922-3448 

LORAY 867-4479 

1128 W. Franklin Blvd., Gastonia 

Raymond H. White 867-5161 



ANNUAL 

Of the 

GASTON 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

Of 

North Carolina 

SIXTY FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 

Held With 

South Marietta Baptist Church 

Gastonia, North Carolina 28052 

October 25, 1979 

Mt. Zion Baptist Church 

Cherryville, N. C. 28021 

October 26, 1979 

The Next Annual Session will be Held With 



First Baptist Church Cherryville 
Cherryville, North Carolina 28021 



Victory Baptist Church 
Gastonia, N. C. 28052 



Thursday and Friday, October 23-24, 1980 

Preacher — M. O. Owens, Jr. 
Alternate — Elvin Jones 



INDEX 

Page 

Associational Clerks Honor Roll 9 

Auditors Report 14 

Christian Social Ministries Report 44 

Church Anniversaries 8 

Church Directory of Officers not included in tables 57 

Committee on Committees Annual Report 7 

Comparative Tables 63 

Constitution and By-Laws 33 

Contributions from Churches 18 

Dedication 3 

Directory of Officers and Committees 5 

General Board Members 9 

Historical Events 46 

History of Host Churches 48 

Historical Table 45 

Messengers 11 

Obituary — Our Beloved Dead 26 

Pastors Names and Addresses (Inside front and back covers) 

Proceedings 19 

Program 4 

Reports: 

Budget 30 

Brotherhood 42 

Church Training 38 

Evangelism 38 

Foreign Missions 40 

Sunday School 40 

Woman's Missionary Union 41 

Sermons: 

Annual 54 

Christian Education 50 

Doctrinal 52 

Statistical Tables 64 



DEDICATION 




RUBY BRIDGES OWENS 

1912-1979 

Mrs. M. O. Owens, Jr. was born in Greenville, S. C., on March 30, 1912, the 
second child and oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bridges, who named her 
Ruby Gertrude. She was one of seven children, four of whom still survive. She at- 
tended public schools in Greenville, and then entered the Greenville Woman's Col- 
lege, which soon became the Woman's College of Furman University, and later was 
completely merged with Furman. She was in the first class of women to receive 
degrees from Furman University, graduating with honors in 1933. After graduating 
from college, she taught school for one year' at Taylors High School, then returned 
to the Woman's College as Dean of Freshmen and B. S. U. Advisor. In January of 
1936, she entered the W. M, U. Training School in Louisville, Ky. to prepare for a 
career in missions. 

In May, 1938 she graduated from the Training School with a Master in Religious 
Education, and on May 7, 1938 was married to M. O. Owens, Jr. who was a class- 
mate at Furman. After marriage, she served as Church Secretary at the Virginia 
Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville, until her husband was graduated from Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary in May of 1939. 

She and her husband served the following churches: First Baptist, Myrtle Beach, 
S. C, 1939-42; First Baptist, Palmetto, Florida, 1943-44; First Baptist, Marion, N. C, 
1944-50; First Baptist, Lenoir, N. C, 1951-60; East Baptist, Gastonia, N. C, 1960-63; 
Parkwood Baptist, Gastonia, 1964- until her death. 

She was active in the W.M.U. in all of the churches, serving in some of them as 
President, and always in some other capacity. In the Blue Ridge Association, she led 
in the organization of W.M.U. in several of the rural churches. From 1946 until about 
1965, she was a regular contributor of curriculum materials for the Intermediate les- 
sons of the Training Union, produced by the Sunday School Board. She also wrote 
curriculum materials for the W.M.U., southwide. 

She and her husband were the parents of three daughters — Mrs. Denny Wolfe 
(Celia Anne), who lives in Portsmouth, Va., and is a school teacher; Mrs. Kenneth 
Sargent (Linda Martin), who lives in Greenville, S. C, and is also a school teacher; 
and Mrs. Glenn Lancaster (Mary Milum), who lives in Windsor, N. C. and is a 
housewife and businesswoman. There are eight grandchildren. 

Mr. and Mrs. Owens have also been the foster parents of five young people, one 
of whom they helped through college and conservatory — Miss Debbie Wong, origi- 
nally from Hong Kong. Debbie is now married to Dr. Chi Sawn Ko, and is the 
mother of two little boys. The grandchildren, and foster grandchildren were Mrs. 
Owens' pride and joy. 

Mrs. Owens was a trained Librarian, and established church libraries in several 
of the churches where she and her husband served. She had just finished cataloguing 
and other preparations, and had supervised the opening of the Library at Parkwood, 
before she died. She also taught a Sunday School Class, usually Intermediate age in 
earlier years, and young adults in recent years, and for many years worked with 
Intermediates in Training Union. Just before her deaths she had started a new Class 
for Single Again Adults at Parkwood. Mrs. Owens served for a time as Associational 
Librarian. 

She had a concern and a compassion for young people, and was known among 
them as one in whom they could confide, and thus spent much time in counseling. 
She had never singled out individuals as special friends, but was known by the con- 
gregations as one who loved all of them. That love was recognized in her death with 
memorial gifts to the church totalling more than $6,000. 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
61st Annual Session 

First Day October 25 S. Marietta Baptist Church 

1:30 Registration Organist: Peggy Hovis 

2:00 Worship Jerry Watts, Ranlo Church 

2:20 Committee Reports: 

Enrollment Sandra Tate 

Program Law Mobley 

Nominating Eugene Johns 

Committee on Committees Bob Baynard 

Stewardship Mack Pressley 

Missions Howard Corley 

New Staff Members Moderator 

2:50 Organizational Reports: 

W.M.U Delene Russell 

Brotherhood George Pettigrew 

Church Training Worth Braswell 

Sunday School Harry McCall 

3:15 Worship Jerry Watts 

3:25 Address: Dr. Ralph Scales Wake Forest University 

3:55 Break 

4:10 Miscellaneous Business 

4:30 Associational Missions: 

Moderator Hoyle Alexander 

Executive Committee James Revis 

Treasurer Fred D. West 

Finance T. Ray Helms 

5:00 Let's Sing Jerry Watts 

5:10 Bold Missions Goal Assignment Reports 

5:40 According to Hoyle Director of Missions 

6:00 Supper 

EVENING FIRST DAY 

6:45 Worship Jerry Watts 

7:05 Memorials Edna Lou Aldrich 

7:15 Missions Reports: 

Home Missions Maude Lanier 

Foreign Missions Albert Leath 

7:45 Volunteers in Missions Charles Meares 

Rankin Lake 

James Monroe — Bethlehem 

Robert & Peggy Stroup — Stanley 1st 

_ ■.' , Maude Peeler — Southside 

Marguerite Styers — Loray 

8:10 Worship Dallas Baptist Church 

8:30 Annual Sermon : Worth Braswell 

Dallas Baptist Church 
ALTERNATE: M. O. Owens, Jr. 

9:00 Adjourn 

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Second Day October 26 , Mt. Zion Baptist Church 

8:45 Registration 

9:00 Worship -. Mt. Zion 

9:10 Miscellaneous Business: 

Historian J. D. Williams 

Evangelism James Lowery 

Librarian Johnnie Morton 

Ordination Study Committee Walter Long 

9:45 Christian Social Ministries Yates Campbell 

Baptist Hospital Calvin Knight 

Baptist Homes for Aging William A. Poole 

Baptist Children's Home Phillip Morrow 

Baptist Colleges Recognition 

10:45 Break 

11:00 Report of Resolutions Committee Olna Daves 

11:15 Worship Jerry Watts 

11:20 Doctrinal Sermon: "Evangelistic Witnessing" Perry Huffstetler 

Ranlo Baptist Church 

12:00 Lunch and Adjourn 

"It is good when brethren worship, tarry awhile, 
and become one in Christ Jesus." — Ludwig 

DIRECTORY 

Officers 1979-80 

Moderator Hoyle B. Alexander, 911 S. Marietta St., Gastonia, NC 28052 

Vice Moderator Worth Braswell, 404 W. Trade St., Dallas, NC 28034 

Clerk Mrs. Dean (Sandra) Tate, 2418 Leroy Ave., Gastonia, NC 28052 

Treasurer Fred West, 539 Downey Place, Gastonia, NC 28052 

Parliamentarian M. O. Owens, Jr., 829 Churchill Dr., Gastonia, NC 28052 

Librarian Mrs. Alfred (Johnnie) Morton, 85 Walnut Ave., Ranlo, NC 28052 

Historian J. D. Williams, 300 S. Main St., Mt. Holly, NC 28120 

Music Driector Steve Beeler, 615 Forest Drive, Gastonia, NC 28052 

Organist Mrs. James (Peggy) Hovis, Churchill Dr., Dallas, NC 28034 

TRUSTEES 

Frank Hoyle P. O. Box 606, Cherryville, NC 28021 

Forest Roberts, Jr 600 Torrence Dr., Gastonia, NC 28052 

G. Truett Smith 107 Merewood Drive, Gastonia, NC 28052 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Annuity Harold Miller 

Homes for Aging Forest Roberts, Sr. 

Children's Homes Mrs. Luther (Mary) Jarvis 

Baptist Hospital Robert F. Summey 

Christian Education Raymond White 

Energy Conservation James Whitworth 

SUNDAY SCHOOL - 

Sunday School Director Harry McCall 

VBS Director Gerald Campbell 

Adult Directors James Adams, Albert Leath, Charles Craig 

Youth Directors David Best, Steve Beeler 

Children's Director Robert Deal 

Preschool Directors Mrs. Patsy Campbell, Lula Noblett 

Cradle Roll Director Vivian Stewart 



CHURCH TRAINING 

Church Training Director Worth Braswell 

Adult Director 

Youth Director 

Children's Director 

Preschool Director 

New Members Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

WMU Director Delene W. Russell 

BW Director Olna Daves 

BYW Director Cindy Johnson 

Acteens Director Peggy McCraw 

GA's Director Maria Boling 

Mission Friends Director 

Nominating Committee Olna Daves, Linda Greenlee, Beth Russell 

Scholarship Committee Sybil Wilson, Jerry Scarborough, Nancy Deaton 

BROTHERHOOD 

Brotherhood Director George Pettigrew 

RA Ball Commissioner 

RA Basketball Commissioner Gene Alexander 

RA Track Commissioner 

Crusader Car Competition & Camping Commissioner Bill Wilson 

Crusader Training Sybil Wilson 

Pioneer Training Jerry Mullis 

RA Program Coordinator Hoyle T. AUred 

Director of Missions 

SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Seminary Extension Director Hoyle T. Allred 

Registrar Judy Cook, Dorothy Allred 

Seminary Extension Committee Hoyle Allred, Yates Campbell, 

Johnnie Perry, Glenn Caldwell, Doug Baltzegar 

: DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 

Dr. Hoyle T. Allred 3039 Gardner Park Drive, Gastonia, NC 

DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. Yates W. Campbell 1049 Buckingham Drive, Gastonia, NC 

ASSOCIATIONAL PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Judy Cook Office Secretary 

Mrs. Dorothy Allred Promotional Secretary 

Mrs. Wilma Stinnette & Delene Russell Caseworkers 

Mr. Ken Bowlin Custodian 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES ANNUAL REPORT 

EXECUTIVE 

1982 — Law Mobley Unitey, Gastonia 

Reita Spence Unity, Belmont 

James Barnes West Cramerton 

Larry Isaac, Chrm Stanley, 1st 

198 1— Ralph Farrar East, Gastonia 

Larry Isaacs Stanley, 1st 

J. D. Williams Mt. Holly, 1st 

1980 — Doug Baltzegar Anthony Grove 

Ralph Wilson Providence 

A. A. Bailey Bessemer City, 1st 

FINANCE 

1982— Mrs. Pat Warner Mt. Beulah 

Bud Black Cherryville, 1st 

Albert Leath, Chrm Cherryville, 1st 

1981— Harold Rankin McAdenville 

Bob Withers Midway 

1980-^ay England Bingham 

Albert Leath Cherryville, 1st 

NOMINATING 

1982: — Roland Simmons Community 

Mrs. Woodrow Daves Providence 

Jack Painter, Chrm Belmont, 1st 

1981 — Donna Atkins Unity, Belmont 

Jack Painter Belmont, 1st 

1980 — Eugene Johns Cramerton, 1st 

Worth Braswell Dallas 

MISSIONS 

1982— Joan Baynard Mt. Zion 

Juanita Alexander Brookleigh 

Howard Corley Mt. Holly, 2nd 

1981— Tim McClure Southside 

Ladd Maxwell Alexis 

1980— Howard Corley, Chrm Mt. Holly, 2nd 

Stanley Howard Alexis 

STEWARDSHIP 

1982 — Dean Proctor Hickory Grove 

Mack Pressley Tuckaseege 

1981 — Mack Pressley, Chrm Tuckaseege 

1980— J; J. Clark 

EVANGELISM 

1982— Richard Hicks Brookleigh 

Richard Brown, Chrm Catawba "«'"hts 

1981 — Richard Brown Catawba Heights 

1980 — Ronnie Berckman Beimeuem 

CHRISTIAN LIFE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

1982— Audry Hicks Brookleigh 

Jack Stafford Lakeview 

198 1— Jack Stafford, Chrm Lakeview 

1980— Earl Withers Community 

PROGRAM 

1982— Patsy Campbell East, Belmont 

Law Mobley, Chrm Unity, Gastonia 

1981 — Doug Aldrich First, Gastonia 

1980 — Law Mobley, Chrm Unity, Gastonia 

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RESOLUTION 

1982— Gene Griggs Cherryville, 1st 

Dan Silver, Chrm Shady Grove 

1981— Dan Silver Shady Grove 

1980— Mrs. Yates Craig Stanley, 1st 

ASSOCIATIONAL PROPERTY 

1982— Glenn Caldwell, Chrm Northside 

1981— James Deal Unity, Belmont 

1980— Richard BuUis „ Flint Groves 

CONSTITUTION 

1982— Billy Miller McAdenville 

M. O. Owens, Chrm Parkwood 

1981— M. O. Owens Parkwood 

1980— Walter Long Belmont, 1st 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP 

1982 — Bob Bodenhamer Grace 

Bob Baynard Mt. Zion 

1981 — Ray Helms Tuckaseege 

1980— Robert Baynard, Chrm Mt. Zion 

ORDINATION : 

1982— Elvin Jones, Chrm East, Belmont 

Keith Love Cherryville, 2nd 

198 1— Harold Miller Gastonia, 1st 

Everette Wren Friendship 

1980 — Michael Sepaugh Temple 

Raymond White Loray 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

CRISIS FUND Fred D. West, Douglas Mincy, 

Mrs. Jean Clippard, Mrs. Faye Gillespie, Forrest Jenkins 

RECREATION COMMITTEE Rev. Clarence Morris, Barron Lee, 

Bob Deal, James Barber, Mrs. Bill Wilson 

CHURCH ANNIVERSARIES 1980 

Mt. Holly First 90th 

Loray 75th 

Cramerton First 70th 

Calvary 60th 

Love Memorial 45th 

Victory 45th 

Gateway 35th 

Rankin Lake 35th 

Catawba Heights 30th 

Holland Memorial 30th 

New Hope 25th 

Alexander Memorial 15th 

New Heights 5th 

Taylor 5th 

MOTTO 

"Epaphras, who is one of you, a Servant of Christ, saluteth you, always laboring 
fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will 
of God."— Co. 4:12. 

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CLERK'S HONOR ROLL 

(Letters received by October 18) 



1. Faith, Belmont 

2. Unity, Belmont 

3. Mt. Zion 

4. Gateway 

5. Bethany 

6. Riverside 

7. High Shoals First 

8. Robinwood 

9. Love Memorial 

10. Dallas 

11. Cherryville First 

12. United 

13. Centerview 

14. Faith, Gastonia 

15. Berea 

16. Lowell 

17. Grace 

18. Cramerton First 

19. Gastonia First 

20. Alexis 

21. Hickory Grove 

22. S. Marietta Street 

23. Cedar Grove 

24. Gaston 

25. Bingham 

26. Midway 

27. East Gastonia 

28. Rankin Lake 

29. Bethlehem 

30. Fair view 

31. Northside 

32. South Point 



33. 


New Heights 


34. 


Taylor Memorial 


35. 


Holland Memorial 


36. 


Belmont First 


37. 


Fraley Memorial 


38. 


Sunnyside 


39. 


Oak Grove 


40. 


Trinity 


41. 


Sunset Forest 


42. 


Sandy Plains 


43. 


Brookleigh 


44. 


Mt. Holly Second 


45. 


Unity, Gastonia 


46. 


McAdenville 


47. 


Friendship 


48. 


Macedonia 


49. 


Plainview 


50. 


Chapel Grove 


51. 


Lakeview 


52. 


Providence 


53. 


Maranatha 


54. 


Mt. Holly First 


55. 


Victory 


56. 


Mt. Beulah 


57. 


Ridgeview 


58. 


Chestnut Ridge 


59. 


Anthony Grove 


60. 


Seventh Ave. 


61. 


Springfield 


62. 


Stanley First 


63. 


Catawba Heights 


64. 


Temple 



GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

All pastors are members of General Board 
(If none are shown, not shown on letter) 

Alexander Memorial 

Alexis — Mrs. Ned Fisher, Mrs. Claude Bynum 

Anthony Grove 

Belmont First / 

Belmont East — Gerald Campbell, Don Muse 

Berea — Mr. Jack Rhyne, Mr. Mike Haun 

Bessemer City First — Mrs. Floyd Noblett, Mr. Coye Hovis 

Bessemer City Second — Gene Ware 

Bethany — J. C. Wilson, Kenny Lane, Henry Goble 

Bethel 

Bethlehem — Eugene Heather, Ronnie Berckman 

Bingham Memorial — Jerry Taylor, Gene Davis 

Brookleigh — Harry Hughes 

Calvary — Coleman Lee, Bobbie Belcher 

Catawba Heights — J. C. Scott, Doug Ewing 

Cedar Grove — Mr. Harry Herd, Dennis Queen 

Centerview — Roscoe Lathan, Clinton King 



Chapel Grove — Ed Deese, Parker Snyder, Joan Heavener 

Cherryville First 

Cherryville Second 

Chestnut Ridge — Mitchell Pruitt, Bulrin King, Millard Putnam 

Christ Community 

Community — Earl Withers, Lloyd Hedgepath 

Cramerton First — W. S. Haynie, R. M. Pence 

Cramerton West 

Dallas — Woodrow Green, Grady Price 

Fairview 

Faith, Belmont 

Faith. Bessemer City 

Faith, Gastonia 

Flint Groves 

Fraley Memorial — Andrew Jordan, J. W. Crews, Jr. 

Friendship — A. P. Millen, Mack Liner 

Gaston 

Gastonia, East 

(Gamble Hill) Laurel Wood — Jimmy Womble, Jin Limbaugh 

Gastonia First — Forest Roberts, Sr., Fred West 

Gateway — Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Smith, Frank Hudspeth 

Grace — G. B. Talley, Sam Michaels 

Hardin 

Hickory Grove — Jerry Brock, Charles Craig, Pat Patterson 

High Shoals, First — Marshall Rhyne, Lester McGiimis, Willie Baker 

Hillview 

Holland Memorial — Kenneth Anthony, Buddy Thompson, B. D. Calhoun 

Lakeview 

Long Creek Memorial — Gus Harper, Robert Branton 

Loray — Robert Blalack, Dennis Cloninger, Jr. 

Love Memorial — David B. McMahan, Walt Slaten, W. C. Carringer 

Lov/ell First 

McAdenville — Harvey Roberts, Norman Hicks 

Macedonia — J. Q. McPherson, Rufus Bell 

Maranatha 

Midway — Larry Clinton, Charles Green 

Mount Beulah — Ed Moore, Dean Moffitt 

Mt. Holly First — Aubrey Horton, Harold Helton 

Mt. Holly Second 

Mt. Zion — Ruby Black. Willie Lavery 

New Heights — Robert Tucker, Boyd Godfrey 

New Hope 

New Life. Belmont 

New Life, Stanley 

North Main — E. D. Wells, Larry Lowe 

Northside — Mary Peake, L. P. Peake 

Oak Grove -' , ; 

Parkwood 

Plainview — Melvin Huntsinger, Floyd Wright 

Providence — Ruth Hottel. Jake Schrum 

Rankin Lake — Robert Cloninger, Larry Blake 

Ranlo — Bud & Frances Anthony. Bill Dill 

Ridge — Bert Dockery, Gary Boling 

Ridgeview — Gene Walls, Troy Martin 

Riverside / ; \ 

Robinwood — G. R. Davis, Henry Parker 

Salem 

Sandy Plains — Marcus Beaty. Grady Holland 

Seventh Ave. ^ 

Shady Grove — Amos Kiser, J. P. Hord 

S. Marietta Street — Leno Hawkins, Horace Rhodes 

South Point — Bill Abernethy, Clyde Clark 

Springfield 

Stanley First — Wilfred Brooks, Roy Speas 

Stowe Memorial — Murley Anderson, Grady Hoyle 



Sunnyside — Larry Wright, Ira A. Wright 

Sunset Forest — Torrance Smith, Oscar Griffin 

Taylor Memorial — David Ray, Clarence Epley, James Harvey, David Peeler 

Temple — Steve Beeler, Dean Stewart 

Trinity 

Tuckaseege — ^T. R. Helms, J. H. Allison 

United 

Unity, Belmont — Reita Spence 

Unity^ Gastonia — Mr. & Mrs. James Bumgardner 

Victory — Robert Murray, Lewis Enloe 

West Franklin Ave. — Gene Hartis, Leonard Morgan 

Woodlawn — Ruth Mattox, Annelle Jackson 

Harmony 

MESSENGERS 

(A requirement for remaining a member of the association is to have 
messengers present at the annual session.) 

Alexander Memorial — R. T. Buckner 

Alexis — Mrs. Roland C. Ballard, Sr., Mrs. Lee Stroupe, Altha Bynum, Una Henry 

Long, Mrs. Blair Bynum, Stanley K. Howard, Nancy W. Stroupe, Ralph \V 

Stroupe, Mrs. Kerry Clippard 
Anthony Grove — Ola Bumgarner, Mr. J. C. Gray, Laura Baltzegar, Doug Baltzegar 
Belmont First — Mrs. Joe Moore, Jack A. Painter 
East Belmont — Joyce R. Holler, E. K. Adams, Georgia Hardin, Bessie Mae Adams, 

Mrs. Gerald Campbell, Gerald A. Campbell 
Berea — Cathy Simpson, Mrs. A. P. Millen, A. P. Millen, Darlene Caldwell 
Bessemer City First — Claude Franklin Lipford, Bill Wise, Floyd Noblett, A. A. Bailey 
Bessemer City Second — Mrs. James Franklin, Mrs. Neil Baker 
Bethany — J. C. Wilson, Vickie Spivey, Mildred Wilson 
Bingham — Mrs. Ethleen Farmer, Oscar T. Polk, Sr., Betty Ford, Rev. Curtis England, 

Mr. O. T. Pork, Sr., Ray W. England 
Brookleigh — Virginia M. Perkins 

Calvary — Coleman W. Lee, Jr., B. H. Belcher, Woodrow Hardin, Bill Deaton 
Catawba Heights — Christine Howell, Max Pendleton, Thelma Ross, Tommy Williams, 

Denby Mullis, Rev. J. Howard Mauldin, Lois Crawford, Mrs. Myrtle Huffstetler, 

Logan Huffstetler 
Cedar Grove — Margaret James, Kathleen Queen 
Centerview — Mrs. Easter Grindstaff, Mrs. Mozelle Duncan, Mrs. O. G. Liles, 

Margaret Beaty, Mr. Lonnie Morris 
Chapel Grove — Etta Scoggins, Sandy Harrison, Leta Ballard, Delene Russell, Maggie 

C. Harrison, James Lowery 
Cherryville First — Bud Black, James Robert Beam, Carl R. Givens, Wayne Beam, 

Joel P. Jenkins, Mike Landrum 
Chestnut Ridge — Burlen King, Mildred Putnam, Michael Pruitt 
Community — Mary Gribble, E. R. Bumgarner, Rev. R. S. Simmons, Stella Simmons, 

Lucille Fowler, Mrs. Dean Tate 
Cramerton First — Howard Price, Edward F. Hudspeth, Mrs. Edward F. Hudspeth, 

Eugene Johns, Essie Holland, Mrs. Howard Price 
Cramerton West — Wilma Poindexter, Faye Jones, James Barnes, Mrs. Annie Grant 
Dallas — Alan Putnam, Mrs. Alan Putnam, Myrtle Wright, Roland Wright, Worth 

Braswell 
Fairview — Walter F. Payne, Melvin Perdue, J. D. Holcombe, Howard W. Kanipe, 

Joanna Kanipe, E. G. McFee, Mrs. Jessie McFee 
Faith, Gastonia — A. Renard Nolen, Lois Nolen 
Flint Groves — Claude A. Helton, Clitus Blackwell, Charles B. Craig, Mrs. Monica 

Young, Richard L. Young, Raleigh Castelloe, Jr., Ferrie Ewing 
Fraley Memorial — Wilma Bouldin, Mrs. Rosa Hail, Rev. Russell L. Hinton, Clyde R. 

Hall 
Friendship — J. E. Wren, Elisa H. Millen 
Gaston — Hazel P. Boyd, Ellen Boyd, Jack M. Ray 
Gastonia East — W. B. Wallace, Robert M. Winecoff, Virginia Winecoff, Ralph Farrar, 

Mrs. Robert J. Cook, W. E. Porter, Mrs. Shirley R. Cooper, Bonnie H. Ledford, 

Mary Brown, Mrs. Harvey L. Holbrook 

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Gastonia First — Mrs. A. D. Aldrich, Mrs. J. Furman Lewis, Dwight Beam, E. W. 

Brockman, Mrs. C. L. Sparks, A. Douglas Aldrich, Mrs. E. W. Brockman 
Gateway — Mrs. J. Frank Hudspeth, J. Frank Hudspeth 
Grace — Tula Shives, Janice A. Robinson 

Hardin — Ronnie Fain Farmer, Mrs. Ann Propst, Mrs. Lois Friday 
High Shoals First — Joe A. Campbell, Ruth McGinnis, Thelma Johnson, Maxine Rhyne 
Lakeview — Tony Payne, Rev. Jackie T. Stafford, Cora Lee Jenkins, Willie Brittain 
Long Creek Memorial — Fred C. Crisp, Mrs. Mary K. McGinnis, Marvin C. McGinnis, 

Mrs. Fred C. Crisp, Pam Addington, Gary Addington 
Loray — Evelyn Mayfield, Marguerite Styers, Nell Robinson, Mrs. Irene Barton, Mrs. 

Eva Henson, Thelma Turner, Gladys Baker, Don C. Benfield, R. Love Dixon, 

Mrs. Kermit Blanton, Sr., Winston Crawford, Raymond White 
Love Memorial — Mrs. Thelma Long, Betty Baumgarner, Pearl Gaddis, John Gaddis, 

David McMahan 
McAdenville — Lottie Knowles, Virginia McMahan, Harold Miller 
Macedonia — Pauline Reel 

Maranatha — Johnnie Perry, Jerry Proctor, Michael L. Wells 
Midway — Robert L. Withers, Gladys Green, Glenn T. Green 
Mt. Beulah— Mr. & Mrs. Victor McSwain, Betty Moffett, Mrs. Sue Beam, Ethel 

Stroupe, Andy Raines 
Mt. Holly First— Mrs. E. B. Arndt, J. D. Williams, H. M. McCall, Myron Horton, 

Mrs. Walter Long, Walter N. Long, Mrs. E. S. Dellinger, Joyce Davenport, Mrs. 

Blair Rhyne 
Mt. Holly Second — Howard Corley 
Mt, Zion — Ruby Black, Wilma W. Lavery, Jo Baynard, Mrs. Alene H. Fisher, Robert 

Baynard, Mrs. Juanita Smith 
New Heights — Mrs. Rose Ann Reep, Larry G. Saunders, Martha W. Tucker, Larry G. 

Saunders, Pastor; Boyce Godfrey, Leola Cook, Mrs. Boyd Godfrey 
New Hope — Peggy Hovis 

New Life, Stanley — Rev. Franklin Hartman, Mrs. Glenn Rhyne 

North Main Street— Eureth Pae, R. R. Bentley, Rev. E. D. Wells, Mrs. Zelda Bentley 
Northside— Yates Campbell, Rev. C. V. Garver, Glenn Caldwell, Sr. 
Oak Grove— Rev. T. C. Auer, Claudie Whitworth 
Parkwood— E. C. McFall, Mrs. Dot Allred, Howard Smith, Connie Arndt, M. O. 

Owens, Jr., Hoyle T. Allred, Mr. & Mrs. H. F. Lovingood, Thelma B. Moss 
Plainview — Blois Stroup, Becky Wright, Rose Evans 
Providence — Arthur H. Hottel, Mrs. Arthur H. Hottel, Olna Daves 
Rankin Lake — Charles Meares, Juanita Meares 
Ranlo — Mollie High, Perry Huffstetler, Marie Huffstetler, Mabel Ballard, Mrs. Billy 

G. McSwain, Mrs. O. G. Paysour 
Ridge — Westle Johnson, Emma Johnson 
Ridgeview — Ralph Holcomb, Ernest Dillard 
Riverside — Rev. Clarence V. Morris, Sr. 
Robinwood — J. B. Hoffman, Mrs. Loretta Purkey, Rev. Gurlie R. Davis, Annie M. 

Davis 
Salem — Glendow W. Ingle, Dorthy J. McGill, Daisy Monroe 
Sandy Plains — Marvin H. Willis, Mrs. Ellis Jenkins, Laura Hoffman, Monnie Roberts, 

L. W. Falls, Vernon M. Frank 
Seventh Avenue — Martha Groves, Rev. Sam H. Mintz 
Shady Grove — Ben S. Sellers, Mrs. A. M. Kiser, Rev. A. M. Kiser, Mrs. Ben Sellers, 

Dan W. Silver 
South Marietta Street — OIlie Yancey, Rev. & Mrs. Hoyle Alexander, Louise Childers, 

Ethel Herring, Mrs. Ray Dickson, John Brooks, William W. Johnston, M. Z. 

Sowell 
South Point — Bill Abrams, Phil Holcomb ^ .- 

Southside — Maude Peeler . ' 

Springfield — Rev. Andrew Sipe, Renee Fowler, Dorothy W. Nanney 
Stanley First — James F. Adams, Clyde Armstrong, Peggy Garrison, Mrs. Yates Craig, 

Mrs. Doyt Morris 
Stowe Memorial — Claude Smith, Lee Roy Smith 

Sunnyside — Margaret Wright, Bernice Bradley, Rev. Andy W. Broughton 
Taylor Memorial — Lonnie C. Hoyle, Billie Posey, Cora Crenshaw 
Temple — David Wortman, Leonard Bumgardner, Rev. Steve Beeler, Mrs. Carol W. 

Sepaugh, Mrs. Frank Holland, Rev. Michael Sepaugh, Vivian Stewart, Mrs. 

Phyllis Watters 



Trinity— Rev. Keith Williams 

Tuckaseege — T. R. Helms, W. T. Puckett, St., R. Mack Pressley 

Unity Belmont — Mrs. Emerson Byrd, Belle Wall, Rev. Charles M. Spence, Sr. 

Unity, Gastonia — Miriam Mobley, James A. Bumgardner, Audrey M. Bumgardner, 
Mrs. M. L. Walters, Mrs. W. B. Wallace, Pauline Shults, Pauline Pearson, Her- 
man Motsinger, Law M. Mobley 

Victory — Rev. James E. Reavis, Bob Deal 

West Franklin — James A. Whitworth 

Woodlawn — Carroll Watts, Annelle B. Jackson, Velma Early, W. A. McKnight, 
Annie McKnight, Jessie Stafford, Ruth Peek, Mazella Dodson 

ALTERNATES 

Mrs. Worth Braswell, Lillian Burgess, Kerry Clippard, Bernice Cloninger, Judy 
Cook, Mildred Green, Mrs. Grady Hedgepeth, Ruby Herring, J. P. Hord, Mr. & 
Mrs. Briscoe Ratchford, James H. Robinson, Wilma Stinnette. 

VISITORS 

Edward M. Ashe, Mrs. D. M. Ballard, Mrs. Wayne Beam, Ruby Benfield, Mrs. 
Flora Bolick, L. E. Bookout, Lela C. Bradley, Mrs. Ruth Brittain, Desmer Brown, 
Richard Brown, Brenda Caldwell, Mrs. D. H. Caldwell, Bessie Cannon, Ralph 
Cannon, Merle Carpenter, O. R. Cashue, Mrs. A. B. Clayton, Marshell Craig, 
Inez Crowder, Ruby Deese, Marie Dellinger, Jo Digh, Virl Eplee, R. W. Ervin, 
Mrs. H. V. Fisher, Harold Fite, Mrs. L. M. Flowers, Mrs. Lillian Gaddis, W. R. 
Glover, Eunice Greene, Keith Griggs, Chaplain Harry C. Hand, Pat Hamrick, 
Tommy Hamrick, J. Leno Hawkins, Gladys Heavner, Mrs. Hugh Helms, Ruth 
Helms, Elsie Hicks, Mrs. Tom Hood, Blanche Hovis, Augusta H. Hoyle, Hazel 
Hudgins, Mrs. Howard T. Human, Rev. Estel R. Jordan, Mr. & Mrs. W. L. 
Lance, T. A. Lineberger, Mrs. Delia Lipford, Aleme McAbee, Clara McKinney, 
Lois McSwain, Dorothy Mitchem, W. F, Monroe, Reid Morgan, Elizabeth Moss, 
Mrs. Lonnie Morris, Phillip R. Morrow, Rev. J. E. Parish, Mrs. Virgie Paysour, 
H. B. Rhodes, J. R. Scales, Mr. & Mrs. E. L. Seagle, Juliette Segars, J. D. Sellers, 
Mrs. J. D. Sellers, D. Parker Snyder, Bill Stephens, Helen Stroupe, Robert 
Stroupe, Dura Truitt, Fay Wacaster, Sue Wacaster, Doris Walker, S. Guy Walker, 
Sue Walters, Arlene Watkins, Mrs. E. D. Wells. 



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BUTLER & STOWE 

CERTrFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
P. O. BOX 2379 

GASTONIA, N. C. 

28052 

Noveiriber 6, 1979 



The Executive Comnittee 
Gaston Baptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



We have examined the statement of cash receipts and disbursements 
of the General Fund of the Gaston Baptist Association for the church 
year ended September 30, 1979. 



Our examination of recorded cash transactions was made in accordance 
with generally accepted auditing standards, and accordingly included such 
tests of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 



In our opinion, the accompanying statement presents fairly the cash 
receipts and disbursements of the Gaston Baptist Association for the year 
ended September 30, 1979. 



/SuJ^^^ f -d^^^'^ 



NOTE: 

The figures and balances are reconciled to the Treasurer's Report 
given to the Association in the Advance Book of Reports. It 
reflects the financial condition of the Association correctly. The 
figures which follow are the Auditor's Report. 

Fred D. West 
Treasurer 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

GENERAL FUND 
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1979 



Cash receipts: 
Contributions from churches: 
Designated 
Budget 



Interest received 

Rosewood property sale 

All other gifts and receipts 



Disbursements: 
Christian social ministries: 
Crises ministries-relief 
Crises ministries-designated 
Deaf ministry 
New work 
VBS (retarded) 
Literacy Council 
Volunteer program 
Annual workshop 
Student summer workers i 
Day care directors 
Friends Unlimited 

Personnel expense: 
Director of missions: 

Salary 

Housing and utilities 

Retirement annuity 

Health, life and disability 

Social Security 

Travel 

Conventions, conferences and 
seminars 
CSM director: 

Salary 

Housing and utilities 

Retl rement 

Insurance 

Social Security 

Travel 

Conventions, conferences and 
seminars 

Truck Insurance 



$ 13.150.20 




109.147.89 






$122,298.09 




2,043.88 




13,863.53 




13,367.06 




$151,572.56 


Budget 


Actual 


$ 4,400.00 


$ 4,534.83 


5.600.00 


5,933.21 


125.00 


75.00 


400.00 


541.64 


165.00 


122.32 


250.00 


218.00 


750.00 


815.84 


500.00 


498.53 


500.00 


616.05 


150.00 


15.00 


100.00 


100.00 


11,200.00 


11,200.00 


3,900.00 


3.900.00 


1,500.00 


1,445.04 


1,520.00 


1,520.00 


913.55 


913.55 


1,735.00 


1,734.96 


550.00 


550.00 


10,595.00 


7,278.39 


3,900.00 


-0- 


1,449.50 


-0- 


1,520.00 


-0- 


876.95 


876.95 


2,088.90 


-0- 


450.00 


450.00 


113.20 


106.46 



15 



Budget 



Actual 



Disbursements: (continued) 
Personnel expense: 
Case worker: 

Salary 

Life and disability 

Social Security 

Ridgecrest HM Week 
Promotional secretary: 

Salary 

Life and disability 

Social Security 

Ridgecrest HM Week 
Office secretary: 

Sal ary 

Life and disability 

Social Security 

Ridgecrest HM Week 
Custodian: 

Salary 

Social Security 
Librarian: ^ 

Salary 

Ridgecrest conference 
Extra secretarial help and 
Social Security 
Clerk salary 
Travel 

Organizational and educational ministry; 
Woman's Missionary Union 
Brotherhood 
Sunday School 
Church Training 
Associational minutes 
Annual meeting 
Stewardship promotion 
Evangelism 
Visual aids 
Seminary extension 
World Mission's conference 
Leadership- Key (Ridgecrest) 
Music 

PEP secretaries conference 
Church growth seminar 

Service ministry: 
Calendar and bulletins 
Office supplies 
Postage and business expense 
New equipment and maintenance 

Buildings and equioment: 
Utilities 
Insurance 

Maintenance of buildings 
Janitorial and kitchen supplies 



7.020.00 


$ 7,306.05 


95.00 


95.90 


424.71 


401.86 


100.00 


126.00 


8,242.50 


8,242.50 


95.00 


95.25 


498.67 


501.36 


100.00 


105.75 


7,900.00 


Z.923.53 


95.00 


94.68 


477.95 


479.03 


100.00 


126.00 


2,756.00 


2,755.98 


166.74 


163.32 


225.00 


225.00 


100.00 


-0- 


1.780.00 


2,207.05 


350.00 


350.00 


550.00 


605.58 


1.630.00 


1,807.91 


1.375.00 


1.329.63 


2.250.00 


1.393.99 


900.00 


732.65 


1.661.33 


1.877.81 


375.00 


375.00 


100.00 


-0- 


1.045.50 


1.045.50 


700.00 


706.48 


1,100.00 


1,114.44 


3.500.00 


3,500.00 


200.00 


200.00 


~ 450.00 


217.66 


250.00 


245.00 


500.00 


500.00 


5 3.200.00 


$ 2.967.04 


2,400.00 


2.136.10 


2,500.00 


2,629.82 


2,750.00 


3,397.69 


5.000.00 


4,762.64 


1,000.00 


685.75 


930.00 


928.67 


425.00 


355.28 



Debt retirement: 
Debt retirement- loan 



4,924.08 



4.924.08 



16 



Actual 



Disbursements: (continued) 
Contingency fund: 
Miscellaneous and Christmas bonuses 

Special authorization: 
Strack Crusade 



Designated funds 

Excess of receipts over disbursements 

Cash balance, October 1, 1978 
Cash balance, September 30, 1979 



2,000.00 


1,917.38 




1.882.55 


1,882.55 




$129,377.13 


$116,883.68 




33.987.59 


32.948.03 




$163,364.72 




$149,831.71 

$ 1.740.85 

3.491.33 

t 5.232,18 



Cash accounted for as follows: 
First Union National Bank 
Gastonia. North Carolina $ 5.232.18 



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GIFTS FROM CHURCHES TO 
GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
(Total includes gifts to budget and designated) 



ALEXANDER MEMORIAL 




300.00 


MIDWAY 


700.00 


ALEXIS 


2 


,818.67 


MT. BEULAH 


2,595.78 


ANTHONY GROVE 




789.99 


MT. HOLLY, FIRST 


2,853.05 


BELMONT, FIRST 


2 


,239.96 


MT. HOLLY, SECOND 


1,274.22 


BELMONT, EAST 


1 


,395.00 


MT. ZION 


3,001.04 


BEREA 


1 


,862.98 


NEW HEIGHTS 


1,587.19 


BESSEMER CITY, FIRST 




840.00 


NEW HOPE 


1,325.00 


BESSEMER CITY, SECOND 




577.00 


NEW LIFE, BELMONT 


200.00 


BETHANY 




253.68 


NEW LIFE, STANLEY 


682.90 


BETHEL 






NORTH MAIN ST. 


164.50 


BETHLEHEM 


1 


,784.66 


NORTHSIDE 


300.00 


BINGHAM 




340.00 


OAK GROVE 


150.00 


BROOKLEIGH 




982.70 


PARKWOOD 


3,515.J30 


CALVARY 


1 


,495.22 


PLAINVIEW 


349.58 


CATAWBA HEIGHTS 


1 


,244.75 


PROVIDENCE 


3,112.69 


CEDAR GROVE 




450.00 


RANKIN LAKE 


800.70 


CENTERVIEW 


1 


,108.00 


RANLO 


1,264.00 


CHAPEL GROVE 


5 


,441.30 


RIDGE 


1,668.71 


CHERRYVILLE, FIRST 


2 


,288.35 


RIDGEVIEW 


684.00 


CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 




204.00 


RIVERSIDE 


878.75 


CHESTNUT RIDGE 




400.00 


ROBINWOOD 


443.37 


CHRIST COMMUNITY 




195.78 


SALEM 


921.59 


COMMUNITY 


1 


,231.07 


SANDY PLAINS 


1,140.00 


CRAMERTON, FIRST 


1 


,791.87 


SEVENTH AVE. 


300.00 


CRAMERTON, WEST 


1 


,992.37 


SHADY GROVE 


2,343.91 


DALLAS 


1 


,818.00 


S. MARIETTA ST. 


1,720.00 


FAIRVIEW 


1 


,031.76 


SOUTH POINT 


1,148.45 


FAITH, BELMONT 




240.00 


SOUTHSIDE 


726.60 


FAITH, BESSEMER CITY 






SPRINGFIELD 


342.16 


FAITH, GASTONIA 




308.00 


STANLEY, FIRST 


2,200.00 


FLINT GROVES 


3 


,281.77 


STOWE MEMORIAL 


820.00 


FRALEY MEMORIAL 




706.60 


SUNNYSIDE 


606.39 


FRIENDSHIP 




600.00 


SUNSET FOREST 


933.00 


GAMBLE HILL 






TAYLOR MEMORIAL 


2,001.64 


GASTON 




668.73 


TEMPLE 


1,536.25 


GASTONIA, EAST 


1 


,556.37 


TRINITY 


67.59 


GASTONIA, FIRST 


5 


056.22 


TUCKASEEGE 


1,784.04 


GATEWAY 




642.72 


UNITED, BELMONT 


1,020.00 


GRACE 


1 


602.32 


UNITY, BELMONT 


914.86 


HARDIN 


1 


050.46 


UNITY, GASTONIA 


3,625.06 


HICKORY GROVE 


1 


630.00 


VICTORY 


2,223.06 


HIGH SHOALS, FIRST 


1 


109.85 


W.FRANKLIN AVE. 


1,465,58 


HOLLAND MEMORIAL 




483. ,63 


WOODLAWN 


2,125.00 


LAKEVIEW 




546.71 


HILLVIEW 




LONG CREEK MEMORIAL 


2 


860.00 


HARMONY 


520.00 


LORAY 

LOVE MEMORIAL 


2 


936.34 


LITTLE MOUNTAIN RD . 80.36 


1 


397.50 






LOWELL, FIRST 




340.00 


TOTAL 


122,298.09 


MC ADENVILLE 
MACEDONIA 


1 


476.99 
660.75 


OTHER 


29,274.47 


MARANATHA 




150.00 


Brought Fwd. 
9/30/78 


3,491.33 
155,063.89 



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FIRST DAY— SOUTH MARIETTA STREET 

October 25, 1979 

FIRST SESSION 

1.' The 61st Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was held at 
South Marietta Street Baptist Church, Gastonia, N. C, and Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 
Cherryville, N. C. 

2. The session was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. Hoyle Alexander, 
at 2:00 p.m. 

3. The worship session was under the direction of Mr. Jerry Watts who led the 
congregation in singing "Walking in Sunlight" and "Banner of the Cross." Mrs. 
Peggy Hovis played the organ. 

4. Mr. Charles Spence led in our opening prayer. 

5. Committee Reports: 

A. Enrollment: Mrs. Dean Tate, Associational Clerk, made the motion 
that the 276 messengers now registered and those who will register constitute 
the 61st Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. This motion was made 
and seconded. (339 messengers, 75 visitors, and 12 alternates were enrolled.) 

B. Program: Rev. Law Mobley, Chairman of the Program Committee 
made the motion that the printed program constitute the order of service for the 
61st Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. The motion was made 
and seconded. Rev. Mobley made a motion that the next year's meeting would 
be held at First Baptist Church, Cherryville. the first day, and Victory Baptist 
Church, the second day. He made a motion that Dr. M. O. Owens, Jr. preach the 
annual sermon with Rev. Elvin Jones as alternate in 1980. This motion was 
seconded and passed. 

C. Nominating Committee: Rev. Eugene Johns, chairman, gave the report 
of the nominating committee and moved its adoption. This was seconded and it 
was so carried. (See Table of Contents for the page number of this report.) 

D. Committee on Committees: Rev. Bob Baynard, chairman, made the 
motion that the written report of the commitete be adopted. This was seconded 
and carried. (See Table of Contents for the page number of this report.) 

E. Stewardship Committee: Rev. Mack Pressley gave this report. Mr. 
Pressley stated that we must be bold in our giving. If we are to double our 
budgets by 1982, we must increase our giving by 14.85% Mr. Pressley said that 
inflation had hit families as well as churches. Our churches need to set our 
budgets on a priority basis. Churches and families need to examine their life 
styles. Mr. Pressley said that some churches choose to "fly now pay later" plan. 
This brings disaster to our mission givings. We must challenge our people then 
be responsible stewards of the money they give. 

F. Missions Committee: Mr. Howard Corley, chairman, presented Hill- 
view Baptist Church as a new church in our association. This church was ac- 
cepted and given the right hand of fellowship. Rev. Harold Fite is pastor of 
this church. 

G. Mr. Hoyle Alexander asked for all new pastors and staff workers to 
be recognized at this time. Each one was introduced at this time. 

6. Organizational Reports: 

A. W.M.U. Report: Mrs. Delene Russell gave this report and moved its 
adoption. Mrs. Russell said that this had been a good year in Woman's Mission- 
ary Union Work. Mrs. Russell gave some of the highlights of the year. Some of 
the highlights are Baptist Women's Day at Rankin Lake: Baptist Young Women's 
Enlistment and Enlargement Tea at Flint Groves Baptist Church; the Acteens 
had a Gong Show at Alexis Gym with 200 girls in attendance. The Girls in Action 
had a Skating Party at Kate's Rink. There were 475 girls present and 92 leaders 
at the skating party. There was a Mission Friends leaders banquet held at East 
Baptist Church, Belmont. Eight hundred dollars were given to the Scholarship 
Fund. 

B. Brotherhood: In the absence of Mr. George Pettigrew. Mr. Glenn 
Caldwell gave the Brotherhood Report. He referred to the printed material in 

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the book of reports. He moved its adoption. He referred to several items in the 
Brotherhood report which said that during the next fiscal year the commission 
plans to train 850 training specialists at 14 regional training institutes to interpret 
the Brotherhood program. Another plan is that it includes 10 statewide mission 
prayer retreats for Baptist Men, Cooperative Program prayer breakfasts in 400 
Baptist associations — involvement of 500 churches in the Bold New Laity and a 
three day National Royal Ambassador Congress for 4,000 Baptist youth. 

C. Church Training: Mr. Worth Braswell stated that there had been a 
small increase in church training. He said that there was a renewed interest in 
church training. Mr. Braswell made mention of all the modules that were avail- 
able. We can check these modules out on a short term basis just as we do films. 

D. Sunday School: Mr. Harry McCall welcomed Mrs. Vivian Stewart to 
the Associational Team as the cradle roll leader. Mr. McCall said that the Pastor- 
Director Workshop was held August 23 at Gastonia First Baptist Church. He an- 
nounced that we had nine churches to participate in the Bibleventure Campaign. 

Mr. McCall said that our emphasis this year will be reaching people for 
Bible study and Christ. There will be a Tell Witness Training in January and a 
church growth conference in April. The goals for 1979-1980 are: 

( 1 ) To have 4,000 (25% ) adults and youth across Gaston Association 
read the Bible through in 1980. Be sure to order enough "Open Windows" 
and "Encounters" materials. 

(2) To have a 5% increase in Sunday School enrollment and average 
attendance by September 30, 1980. This would mean an increase of 1,230 
and 645 respectively. 

(3) To have at least one church in Gaston Association apply for the 
Fastest Growing Sunday School Recognition Plan. 

(4) To form an Associational Sunday School Enlargement Team to 
follow up the "Reaching" study in local churches. 

7. Mr. T. A. Lineberger spoke to us concerning the South Mountain Camp. 
He said that this is a worldwide mission. We can all get involved in missions through 
prayer. Our prayers can reach all over the world. He urged everyone to pray for 
each other. 

8. Mr. Jerry Watts led in our worship session which consisted of two songs, 
"The Solid Rock", and "Jesus Loves Me." Mr. Watts asked for all Pastors and Music 
Directors to come to the choir. They sang two selections for us entitled "Come Thou 
Almighty King", and "It is Well With My Soul." 

9. Rev. Joel Jenkins led in prayer praying for our churches and our mission 
programs. 

10. Dr. Douglas Aldrich introduced Dr. Ralph Scales, our speaker for the 
afternoon. 

11. Dr. Ralph Scales, President of Wake Forest University, spoke to us. Dr. 
Scales' remarks are printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

12. Rev. Alexander informed us that the calendars were ready to pick up. Each 
church receives 6 calendars. Each additional calendar is $1.00. 

13. Rev. Jim Lowery announced that there was still time to register for the 
Billy Hank's Christian Discipleship Classes. The cost of $35.00 for pastors and $23.50 
for lay people. 

14. The session was dismissed for a break. 

15. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Rev. Clarence Morris was recognized at this time. He presdnted the 
report of the recreational committee. The motion was made that we hire a 
part-time recreational director. This motion was seconded by Rev. James Reavis. 
When this motion was voted on by the body of the Association, the motion was 
not passed to hire a part-time recreational director. (Guidelines for recreational 
director are printed elsewhere in the minutes.) 

B. Mr. Charles Mears made a motion that we hire a coordinator and 
resource person for a ministry to the prisons. This motion was not passed. 
(Guidelines for a coordinator are listed elsewhere in the minutes.) 

C. Mrs. Dot Allred of Parkwood Baptist Church made a motion that the 

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1979 Annual of Gaston Baptist Association be dedicated to Mrs. Ruby Bridges 
Owens, wife of our beloved Pastor, Dr. M. O. Owens, Jr., who went to be with 
the Lord in August, and that we ask the Parkwood Baptist Church provide a 
picture and biographical sketch to be used for this purpose. Mrs. Owens formerly 
served as an officer in the Gaston Baptist Association. This motion was seconded 
and so carried. 

D. Dr. M. O, Owens, Jr., informed all pastors that the Annual Christmas 
Party for Pastors and their Wives would be December 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Morri- 
son Cafeteria. 

16. Associational Missions: 

A. Moderator: Mr. Hoyle Alexander stated that we have the greatest 
association in our state. He said that our Bold Mission Program has challenged 
and can challenge us to reach in areas where they have never reached before. 
He said that we should move in faith. God makes a difference. We should pray 
about the programs that challenge our people. Mr. Alexander gave some figures 
pertaining to our different organizations and baptisms and how in some areas 
we have increased and in others decreased. 

B. Executive Committee: Mr. James Reavis, Chairman of the executive 
committee, presented the report. It was received as information. It reads as 
follows: 

To have served on the Executive Committee for 3 years and as chair- 
man of the committee for the year, has been a very rewarding experience 
for me. 

Each of the committee members have gained new knowledge and new 
insights into the total ministry of our association as we viewed the varied 
phases of our work. Reports of regular committees and special committees 
were heard and disposed of according to need and demand. Detailed written 
reports were submitted monthly to Dr. Hoyle Allred, our Director of Mis- 
sions, and Rev. Yates Campbell, Director of Christian Social Ministries. 
The progressive nature of their work was reflected in these reports as each 
one answered questions relative to their ministry or explained the points of 
interest to the satisfaction of the entire committee. Commendations are in 
order for Dr. Allred and his entire staff for developing and promoting the 
best associational program in North Carolina. We would like to commend 
the leadership of our churches on the splendid job they are doing in leading 
their people in cooperative effort to extend God's kingdom to the farthest 
and most remote regions of the world. Their dedication is reflected in their 
financial response to our associational budget. 

Of course, there is no way to report at this time all the varied items of 
business that came up during the year. However, I will attempt to mention 
a few of our concerns in order for you to have some idea of the monu- 
mental task of the Executive Committee: 

1. The Rosewood Lane property which was given to the association 
was received and disposed of according to plan. 

2. An intercom system for the association building was discussed, 
approved and installed. 

3. Webb's Chapel Church wrote a letter asking to be released from 
our association. Response was given that this request had been 
honored. 

4. A thirty-six acre tract of land was donated for the purpose of 
building a nursing/rest home for the people of our area. A com- 
mittee of 6 was appointed to study the feasibility of such a facility. 

5. The possibility of hiring a full-time sports/recreation Director 
was discussed and placed in the hands of a committee for study. 

6. Rev. James Lowery, Chairman of Evangelism, recommended that 
we sponsor a Jay Strack Crusade in our association. 

7. Dr. William G. Tanner, Director of the Home Mission Board, 
Southern Baptist Convention, recommended that we sponsor at 
least one refugee family. We are committed to sponsor eight 
families — one for each of the eight area of churches. 

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And the work goes on as we face our tomorrow and as we through faith 
look beyond our limited horizons to the world Jesus came to save. 

C. Treasurer's Report: In the absence of Mr. West, Mrs. Hoyle Allred gave 
this report and moved its adoption. The motion was made and seconded. (See 
Table of Contents for the page number of this report.) 

D. Finance Committee: Mr. T. R. Helms presented the budget for 1979- 
1980. Mr. Helms moved its adoption. The motion was carried. The budget is 
printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

17. Mr. Jerry Watts led in singing "To Worship, Work, Witness." 

18. Bold Mission Goal Assignment: Mr. Hoyle Alexander explained what com- 
mittees had taken the 15 Bold Mission Goals. They are as follows; 
Recommendation 1. That Gaston Baptist Association adopt a goal of doubling 
the Associational Budget by the year 1983. This is to be done by making a 
14.87% increase over the previous year's budget for the next five years. (Finance 
Committee) 

Recommendation 2. That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the dou- 
bling of the amount expended for Crisis Ministries by the year 1983. This is to 
be done by making a 14.87% increase in the budget for this item over the pre- 
vious year's budget for the next five years. (Finance Committee) 
Recommendation 3. That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the dou- 
bling of baptisms by the year 1983. This is to be done by making a 14.87% 
increase over the previous year's total for the next five years. (Evangelism Com.) 
Recommendation 4. That Gaston Baptist Association set aside a block of two 
weeks each year for the next five years for the purpose of a Simultaneous Revival 
effort. Cooperation in and support of such an annual effort is to be sought by 
the Association. (Evangelism Committee) 

Recommendation 5. That the Gaston Baptist Association plan and promote 
another Area Wide Evangelistic Crusade to be held before the end of 1983. 
(Evangelism Committee) 

Recommendation 6. That the Gaston Baptist Association have a yearly spiritual 
emphasis for the next five years and a second yearly emphasis in whatever area 
that needs attention in order that our goals in Bold Missions be realized. (Direc- 
tor of Missions) 

Recommendation 7. That Gaston Baptist Association adopt as a goal the in- 
creasing of our Sunday School enrollment by 20% by the year 1983. This will 
indeed help in the meeting of other recommended goals. (Sunday School — Harry 
McCall) 

Recommendation 8. That Gaston Baptist Association work toward bringing 
into the fellowship of our Association the Black General Baptist Churches in 
Gaston County. (Director of Missions) 

Recommendation 9. That Gaston Baptist Association provide space in the 
office building for materials used in literacy missions and that the sum of one 
thousand dollars be budgeted for this ministry in 1979. (Director of Missions) 
Recommendation 10. That the Executive Committee appoint a committee for 
the purpose of locating an appropriate tract of land within our county for the 
purpose of erecting an appropriate building which would be used by churches 
for retreats, etc. Final approval is to be given by the General Board. (Executive 
Committee) 

Recommendation 11. That Gaston Baptist Association develop within our 
Association a means whereby our young pastors and ministerial students could 
be brought into a "nurturing fellowship" which would best meet their needs at 
this particular time in their ministry and/or pursuit of their education. (Rev. 
Hoyle Alexander and Rev. James Whitworth) 

Recommendation 12. That a Crisis Fund for pastors and churches be set-up 
and that in 1979 the sum of five thousand dollars be budgeted for this fund. That 
the Budget Committee each year look with favor upon this need and budget 
according to available funds. This fund is to be administered by a Crisis Fund 
Committee appointed by the Committee on Committees. (Finance Committee) 
Recommendation 13. That Gaston Baptist Association provide leadership and 
training for our volunteers and part-time leaders in church music. That a Music 

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School or other appropriate opportunities be offered, especially for those working 
with pre-schoolers and children. (Music Director-Association) 

Recommendation 14. That Gaston Baptist Association develop a program and 
offer leadership in order to better equip and train our churches to meet particu- 
lar needs that may exist within the local church community; such as, ministering 
to the elderly, ministering to trailer park residents, etc. (Director of Missions) 

Recommendation 15. That the Association, because of its largeness, be zoned 
into groups of churches, much like the grouping for the Bold Mission Bible 
Conference with each group having at least one church for the purpose of helping 
the other churches within the group. The Association and this church would 
work together in offering leadership training, Bible study, doctrinal study, train- 
ing for committees, such as nominating, finance, usher, etc., as well as help in 
any area that may be needed. The success of our Bold Mission Bible Conference 
leads us to believe that such grouping and programming would lead to more 
involvement and better training. 

19. According to Hoyle: Mr. Allred stated that he was very disappointed in the 
turning down of the part-time recreational director. He stated that Clarence Morris 
and Gene Alexander had taken care of this program for years and from now on there 
would not be any more. Mr. Allred said that they had been volunteers and volunteers 
are the people who do the work. Dr. Allred presented plaques to several of our vol- 
unteers in our association. They are: Harry McCall, Sunday School Director; Delene 
Russell, WMU Director; Worth Braswell, Church Training, and George Pettigrew, 
Brotherhood Director. Training is available for you in all of these programs. 

20. The first session was adjourned with prayer by Rev. Max Pendleton. 

21. Our host church, South Marietta Street, served a delicious meal which was 
enjoyed by everyone. About 400 meals were served. 

22. The evening session began at 7:00 p.m. Mr. Wayne Johnson, choir director 
of South Marietta Street Baptist Church, led the congregation in singing two hymns, 
"Blessed Assurance" and "How Firm a Foundation." The South Marietta Street Bap- 
tist Church Choir presented the special music. 

23. Rev. Bob Belcher led in our opening prayer. 

24. Memorial Report: Mrs. Edna Lou Aldrich gave an inspiring talk on the 278 
Christian Saints that had gone on to be with our Lord. (See Table of Contents for the 
pages on which the list of deceased members of the Associational churches appear.) 

25. Mission Reports: 

A. Home Mission: Mrs. Maude Lanier gave this report. Mrs. Lanier shared 
a letter with us that she had received from Mr. William G. Tanner, Executive 
Director of the Home Mission Board. Mr. Tanner wanted to challenge us to be 
Bold for Christ and to reach every person in our land by the year 2000. Mrs. 
Lanier said that Missions means a passion for humanity, so that we have a 
burning desire to share Christ with others. 

B. Foreign Mission: In our foreign mission's report, it was told that we 
have 2977 missionaries under appointment. This includes 2516 career mission- 
aries, 226 associates, 218 journeymen, and 17 special project workers. We had 
an increase in our Lottie Moon Christmas Offering by 12.4%. 

26. Volunteers in Missions: We have had several members of our association 
to work in mission fields this year. Several of them shared their experiences with us. 
They are: Mr. Charles Mears, a 2 week mission tour to Guadalope; Mr. James Mon- 
roe, mission tour to Antigua; Mr. & Mrs. Robert Str<pupe, Leathertown, Pennsylvania; 
Maude Peeler, North Baltimore, Ohio; and Margaurite Styers, 1 year mission tour to 
Austria. 

27. The congregation song was led by Mr. Alan Putman, Minister of Music at 
Dallas Baptist Church. The choir from Dallas Baptist Church presented a message 
in song. 

28. Rev. M. O. Owens, Jr. read the scripture and led in prayer. 

29. Rev. Worth Braswell, pastor of Dallas Baptist Church, presented the mes- 
sage. (Printed elsewhere in the minutes.) 

30. The evening session was dismissed in prayer by Rev. Hoyle Alexander. 

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31. The Morning Session opened with the singing of the hymns "Revive Us 
Again" and "Set My Soul Afire", led by Mr. Lonnie Hoyle. Mr. Bill Wise led in the 
opening prayer. 

32. Rev. Bob Baynard gave everyone a warm welcome to their church. 

33. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Ordination Committee: Rev. Walter Long, chairman of the ordination 
committee made this motion: That the ordination committee should be available 
to any church requesting assistance in the area of the examination and ordi- 
nation of a candidate for the Gospel ministry. The committee shall function 
only when requested by a member church. Any church may establish its own 
presbytery for such examination. Examination shall be in the areas of Christian 
experience call to the ministry, doctrine's beliefs according to Scripture concern- 
ing the Bible, God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, salvation, the church, its ordinances 
and mission, and cooperation. Any action by the ordination committee of the 
church presbytery should be reported to the Association as information. The 
motion was made and carried. 

B. Historian Committee: Rev. J. D. Williams, chairman, gave this report. 
This report is printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

C. Evangelism Report: Mr. James Lowery gave this report. He reported 
that the Gaston County Family Life Crusade with evangelist Jay Strack had been 
very rewarding. A total of 354 decisions had been made. He reported that the 
Billy Hanks Christian Discipleship Seminar will be held October 29-November 3 
at Chapel Grove Church. One of the Bold Mission Goals Mr. Lowery wanted 
us to reach is to double our baptisms by 1982. Mr. Lowery is urging every church 
to have Soul Winning Commitment Day, January 13, 1980. On February 22-23 
there will be a Change the World School of Prayer at Chapel Grove Baptist 
Church. 

D. Librarian Report: This report was received as information. Listed be- 
low is a list of the materials available: 

Circulation 78 Circulation 79 
16 MM Films: 

"Unchained Goddess" ' 37 20 

"Good News for New Readers" 

"Rope of Sand" 
! "The Devil and the Association" 

"Explain Me a Missionary" 

"A Missionary Purpose — Born To Serve" 

"An Act of Love" 

"Planned Parenthood for Churches" 
Filmstrips 
Slide Sets 

Equipment . : . ■ 

Tapes & Cassettes ■, 

Equipping Centers 

34. Mr. Hoyle Alexander, Moderator, appointed the following men on the 
Committee on Committees. They are as follows: Rev. Bob Baynard, Chairman; Rev. 
Eugene Johns, Rev. Robert Withers, Rev. Bobby Belcher, Rev. Dan Silver, Rev. 
Michael Sepaugh, Mr. Carroll Watts, and Mr. Boyce Redding. 

35. Rev. Bob Baynard selected two more members to serve on the committee 
concerning the Rest Home. They are Rev. Roland Simmons and Mrs. Jean Clippard. 

36. Rev. M. O. Owens made the following motion: I move that the Association 
approve in principle the Recreation program as envisioned by the leaders: 

(2) That churches and individuals be encouraged to support such a program with 
gifts over and above their budget contribution: 

(3) That the Committee on Committees be asked to name a Recreation Committee 
to supervise the program; 

(4) and that this Rcreation Committee be authorized to employ and supervise a 
part-time Recreation Director if funds provided are sufficient for the purpose in 1980. 
This motion was seconded and passed. 



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313 


17 


12 


186 


155 


12 


2 





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37. Christian Social Ministries: 

A. Rev. Yates Campbell, Christian Social Ministry Director, told everyone 
of the success of the Backyard Bible Clubs. There were 270 children participating 
in this program. There were 17 youths led to Christ. He expressed his thanks 
to the people who had baked cakes for the AA meetings and the ones who made 
quilts. A total of 1366 families had been helped. 

B. Baptist College: A representative from Gardner- Webb College gave his 
thanks and appreciation for the support of our association for Christian Higher 
Education. 

C. Baptist Hospital: Mr. Reg Alexander, a member of New Hope Baptist 
Church, gave this report. He informed everyone that a new six-bed burn unit 
was scheduled to open soon. This unit will permit the isolation of burn patients 
in a location where all required services are immediately available. 

D. Homes for the Aging: Mr. Ralph Cannon gave this report. Mr. Cannon 
stated that he had retired but was still doing chaplaincy work. He said our goal 
for the North Carolina State Offering is $2,000,000. We must all listen to God's 
word and do what He says in our giving. 

E. Children's Home: Mr. Phillip Morrow, a representative of the Chil- 
dren's Homes, gave this report. He stated that it had been a good year to minister 
in the areas of group care, foster care, maturity care, and counseling. Mr. Morrow 
said that they could not meet all the requests because of the funds available. 

38. Resolutions Committee: Mrs. Olna Daves gave the following report from 
this committee: 

Having been blessed and challenged in this 61st Annual Session of the Gas- 
ton Baptist Association; and sensing the presence and leadership of God in both 
the program featuring "Volunteers in Missions" and "Bold Mission Thrust" be 
it therefore resolved: 

(1) That we thank God for His grace and every blessing and challenge 
and commit ourselves to the task He has given us. 

(2) That we express our appreciation to our Moderator, Hoyle Alexander, 
and those who worked with him in leading us so well in these sessions. 

(3) That we extend to the pastors and membership; Hoyle Alexander and 
South Marietta Street, Robert Baynard and Mt. Zion our heartfelt gratitude for 
their gracious hospitality and courteous treatment. 

(4) That we commend our Director of Missions, Hoyle Allred, our asso- 
ciational staff, and host of other workers for their excellent efforts in assuring 
the success of this 61st session. 

(5) That all churches in Gaston Baptist Association observe February 17, 
1980, as Baptist Seminaries, Colleges, and Schools Day, and to invite young 
preachers to preach in our pulpits. 

(6) That we return to our respective fields of service and earnestly strive 
to carry out "Bold Missions" as God has shown us we are able to do. 

39. Mr. Lonnie Hoyle presented the special music. He sang "His Way Mine." 
He was accompanied by Mr. Jerry Watts on the organ. Mr. Hoyle read for our medi- 
tation the words to the song, "Lord Lead Some Soul For Thee." 

40. Rev. Perry Huffstetler, pastor of Ranlo Baptist Church, preached the doc- 
trinal sermon entitled, "Doctrine of Evangelism." (This sermon is printed elsewhere 
in the minutes.) 

41. Mr. Lonnie Hoyle led the congregation in singing "Wherever He Leads I'll 
Go." 

42. The 61st Annual Session was dismissed in prayer by Rev. Wade McKnight. 

43. A delicious meal was served by Mt. Zion Church. About 200 persons par- 
took. 



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OUR BELOVED DEAD 



ALEXANDER MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Ara Bailey 
Mr. Grady Wentz 

ALEXIS 

Vance Sadler (Deacon) 

Mrs. Jennie Holland 

Mr. Charlie Bradshaw 

Mr. Giles Rhyne 

Mrs. Alva Stroupe 

Mr. Junior Dodgin 

Mr. Albert Bradshaw (Deacon) 

Mr. T. W. Garrison, Sr. 

Mrs. Gertie Bradshaw 

ANTHONY GROVE 

Mr. Donald Jerry Proter, Jr. 

BELMONT FIRST 

Mr. David Leonard 

Mrs. Eloise Mabry 

Mrs. Beunie Baldwin ' 

Mr. Ralph Featherston 

Mrs. Fred Cunningham 

Mrs. Lena Wentz 

Ervin Carothers (Deacon) 

Mrs. Jodie Bass 

Mrs. Martha Culbertson 

Mr. B. F. Masters 

Mrs. Pearle Clark 

Mr. Walter V. Smith ' 

William Mize (Deacon) ; 

BELMONT EAST , 

Mr. Johnny Muse . r 

Mr. Monroe Hamilton 
Mr. James E. Young 
Mrs. Lucy C. McKevy 
Mr. Blain Senter 
Mr. James Albert Hargett 
Mr. & Mrs. Lester Clay Mauldin, Sr. 
Mrs. Ivor Stewart 
Mr. James W. Britton 

BESSEMER CITY FIRST 

Mrs. Elizabeth Huffstetler 

Mrs. Pauline Hamrick ; , 

Mrs. Lillie Busby 

Mr. Warren Harmon 2=!- 

Mr. Horace L. Splawn 

Mr. E. C. Sisk 

Mr. Howard Bumgardner 

Mr. Hubert Quinn 

Mr. Garnett Holland 

Mrs. Macy B. Johnson V, 

Mrs. Elda Goode 

Mr. Clarence Stamey . - 

Mrs. Sparkle Ramsey 

BESSEMER CITY SECOND 

Miss Thelma Ledford 

BETHANY 

Mrs. Agnes S. Hall - ■ 



BETHLEHEM 

Mr. John Stowe 

BINGHAM 

Mrs. Flora Falls 
Mrs. T. B. Sisk 
Mr. Pat Jenkins 

CALVARY 

Mrs. Lucille Burchfield 
Mr. C. A. Sahms, Jr. 
Mr. Clifford Robinson 
Mr. Paul Pilkington 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS 

Mr. Randy Pendleton 
Mrs. Blanche Byers 
Mr. Dwight Hoyle 
Mr. Johnny Rhinehart 
Miss Minnie Auten 

CEDAR GROVE 
Mr. Cecil Bush 

CENTERVIEW 

Mrs. Antha Canipe 
Mrs. Rose H. Cassada 

CHAPEL GROVE 
Mrs. Ruby James 

CHERRYVILLE FIRST 

Dwight Champion 
Flossie Beam 
"Bill" Cody 
R. C. Sharpe 
Ellen Hord 
Kenneth Dellinger 
Guss Reynolds 

CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 
Mr, Gordon Beal 
Mrs. Corrine Huffstetler 
Mrs. Susan Bivens 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 

Mrs. Gussie Rayfield 
Mrs. Dovie Barber 

CHRIST COMMUNITY 
Mrs. Georgia Harris 
Mr. Richard Young, Jr. 
Mr. Manual Curry 

COMMUNITY 

Mrs. Bernice Craven 
Mrs. Margaret Holland 

CRAMERTON FIRST 

Mr. Ray Keeter (Deacon) 
Mrs. Amanda Ingle 
Mr. Parks Featherstone 
Mrs. Bertie Rabb 

CRAMERTON WEST 
Mrs. Oscar Jenkins 
Mr. Cyrus Lowe 
Mrs. Virginia Laws 
Mr. John Crews 



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DALLAS 

Zed Humphrey, Sr. (Deacon) 

FAIRVIEW 

Mrs. G. W. Barnes 

Mr. Otis Thompson (Deacon) 

Mrs. Ola Truelove 

FAITH, BESSEMER CITY 

Mr. Pinkney T. Mitchell, Sr. 

FLINT GROVES 
Mr. Tom Penley 
Mr. Luther Powell (Deacon) 
Mrs. Lottie Brackett 
Mrs. Toby Pendleton 
Mr. Ralph Ford 
Mrs. Edith Hunter 
Mrs. Pearl Champion 
Mr. John Isenhour 
Mrs. Ethel Conner 
Mrs. Essie Crouch 

FRIENDSHIP 

Mr. Jack Millen 

GASTON 

Mr. Edgar Huggins 

GASTONIA EAST 
Mrs. J. E. Gragg 
Mr. Frank Mabe 
Mr. Doyt Ledford 
Mrs. Essie Tucker 
Mrs. Carl Smith 
Mr. Robert Dover 
Miss Amy Hurley 
Mr. Everette McKenzie 
Mrs. Margaret Place 

GASTONIA FIRST 

Mrs. Lennox Baugh 

C. S. Bell (Deacon) 

Mrs. Irene Blackwell 

Mrs. R. C. Blanton 

Mr. Luther Brookshire 

Mr. Van Covington 

Mr. H. C. Foust 

Mr. J. Christopher Francum 

Mr. Frank Love 

Mrs. D. J. Hampson 

Mrs. J. D. Moore 

Mrs. Tom Owen 

Mrs. Olivia Page 

Mr. Ervin Putnam 

Mr. Furman Souther 

Miss Emma Thomas 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph WiUiams 

Mr. Clarence York 

GRACE 

Mr. Wallace Ezell 
Mr. Larry Mathis 
Mr. Bill Phillips 
Mr. Marvin Free 

HARDIN 

Mr. Will McAllister 



HICKORY GROVE 

Mrs. Laura Mauney 
Mr. Juett Rhyne 
Mr. Reedy Rhyne 
Mr. Paul Abernethy 

HIGH SHOALS FIRST 
Mrs. Hattie McGaha 
Mr. Frank Hope 
Mr. Woodrow Carpenter 
Mr. Clyde Odell 

HILLVIEW 

Mrs. Cora Crawford 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Mae Price 
Mrs. Roszlla Ford 
Mr. Glenn McMillan 

LAKEVIEW 

Mrs. Beulah Rhodes 
Mrs. Mary Brittain 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Lillie Ledford 
Mr. G. A. Ballard 
Mrs. Effie Caldwell 
Mrs. W. L. Griffen 
Mrs. Amanda Hoffman 
Mrs. Myrtle Moose 
Mrs. Nina McNichols 

LORAY 

Mr. James W. Adams 
Mrs. Daniel Austin 
Windom Jones (Deacon) 
Mr. Edwin Y. Ham 
Mrs. J. A. Long 
^ Mrs. C. W. Sarvis 

Tommy Barton (Deacon) 
Mr. Eli Webb 
Mrs. Hester Webb 
Mrs. Lawrence Hall 

LOVE MEMORIAL 

Mrs. Carol Owens 
Mr. Sidney S. Dellinger 
Mrs. Genevieve Lay 
Mr. Robert Scronce 
Mr. Robert Ramseur 
Mr. Marvin Bookout 
Mrs. Daisey Ewings 
Mr. Alfred Ewing 

LOWELL FIRST 

Mr. W. T. Foster 
Mrs. A. E. Clemmer 
Mr. Ed Taylor 
Mr. Howard Human 
Mrs. P. R. Clanton 

McADENVILLE 

Mr. Lee Jenkins (Deacon) 
Mrs. C. C. Payne, Sr. 
Mrs. D. B. Costner 

MIDWAY 

Mr. Jerry Lackey 



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MT. BEULAH 

Mr. Richard Splawn 

MT. HOLLY FIRST 
Mr. Joe Beaty 
Mrs. Walter Dunn 
Mr. Roy Hedgepeth 
Mr. Paul Fuller Jones, Jr. 
Mrs. C. C. Mullis, Sr. 
Mrs. Percy Weeks 
Mrs. A. U. Stroupe 
Mr. W. J. Thomasson 

MT. HOLLY SECOND 
Mrs. EUie Scott 
Mr. Henry Hyatt 

MT. ZION 

Mr. Cone Black 
Mr. Flay Sain 
Mr. Henry Simpson 
Mrs. Mary Wacaster 
Mrs. Borden Wicks 
Mr. Andrew Trammel 
Mr. David Quinn 

NEW HEIGHTS 

Mrs. Faye Sellers 
Mrs. Sally Powell 
Mrs. Kathryn Newton 
Mrs. Ann Branch 

NEW HOPE 

Mr. Robert Rowland 
Mrs. Lula Liggon 

NEW LIFE 

Mrs. Courtsey Williams 

NORTH MAIN 

Mr. Lonzo Kendall 

NORTHSIDE 

Mrs. Daisy Williams 
Mr. Ed Harrison 

OAK GROVE 

Mr. Fred Black 

PARKWOOD 

Mrs. M. O. Owens, Jr. 

PLAIN VIEW 

Mr. Sam White 

PROVIDENCE 

Mr. C. L. Smith 

RANLO 

Mr. H. S. Michaels. Jr. (Deacon) 
Mr. George Chandler 
Mrs. Thelma Goodwin ' - 

Mrs. Ella Roberts 

ROBINWOOD 

Mr. Robert Thornburg 
Mrs. Malcolm Jolly 



SALEM 

Mrs. Lillian Voyles 

SANDY PLAINS 

Mr. Craig Millen 
Miss Pauline Holden 
Mr. W. Michael Green 
Mr. Sidney Crowder 
Mr. Aaron Mardin 

SEVENTH AVENUE 
Mrs. Verna Ashe 
Mr. Leroy Conner 

SHADY GROVE 

Mrs. Cora Sellers 
Mr. Randy Neill 
Mr. Lewis Sellers 
Mr. James Witherspoon 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET 
Mrs. Betty B. Gunter 
Mrs. Alice M. Benfield 
Mr. Roland H. Thomas 
Mrs. Mary P. Martin 
Mrs. Lucille H. McCaw 
Mr. Wm. B, Costner (Deacon) 
Mr. Willie L. Dennis 

STANLEY FIRST 

Mr. Leonard H. Smith 
Mr. Judson V. Lineberger 
Mrs. W. L. Bumgarner 
Mr. Smith T. Fisher 

STOWE MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Lunnie Poteat 
Mr. Fred Kitchen 
Mr. Gilmer Roberts 

SUNNYSIDE 

Mrs. Sara Wise 
Mr. Dave Arney 
Mrs. Hazel Rayfield 

SUNSET FOREST 

Mrs. Virginia Willis 

TAYLOR MEMORIAL 

Mr. Howard Woodring 
Mr. Bryant Elders 

TEMPLE 

Mr, Ralph Beard 
Mrs. Ida Hall 
Mrs. Gladys Falls 
Mr. Ralph Gibson 
Mr. Nathan Burgan 
Mrs. Janie Scruggs 
Mr. Pete Rankin, Jr. 
Mrs. Zula Caldwell 

TUCKASEEGE 

Miss Connie Huffstetler 

UNITED BAPTIST, GASTONIA 
Mrs. Juanita Clark 



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UNITY, BELMONT 
Mr. Sam Greene 
Mr. E. L. Osborne 
Mr. William McKinley 
Mr. Lula Layman 
Mrs. Ida Pruitt 
Mrs. C. M. Ostwalt, Sr. 

UNITY, GASTONIA 
Mrs. Bonnie Tuggle 
Mr. M. S. Heavener 
Mr. Jack Falls 
Mr. Elbert Coley 

VICTORY 

Mrs. L. W. Monk 

Mr. James Beaty 

Mr. Robert E. Penley, Sr. 

Mrs. Bessie Earney 

Mrs. Inez Gibson 

Mr. Samuel Hill (Deacon) 



WEST FRANKLIN AVE. 
Mr. Ross Crisp (Deacon) 
Miss Linda Stewart 
Mr, Darius Carpenter 
Mrs. Lucy Mauney 
Mrs. Flossie Fowler 

WOODLAWN 

Mr. George England 
Mrs. Irene Williams 
Mrs. Gladys Ervin 
Mrs. Kate Powers 
Mr. J. O. Barr 
Mrs. Mattie Phillips 
Mr. L. C. Morrow 
Mr. Lee Lazenby 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
BUDGET 1979-1980 

I. MISSION PROGRAM: Christian Social Ministries 

1. Crisis Ministries (Relief) 

2. Deaf Ministry 

3. New Work 

4. VBS (Retarded) 

5. Literacy 

6. Volunteer Programs 

7. Annual Workshop - ., 

8. Student Summer Workers 

9. Day Care 

10. Friends Unlimited 

11. Bibles, tracts, teaching aids, supplies 

TOTAL CSM PROGRAM 



$ 11,487.00 
125.00 
400.00 
175.00 
1,250.00 
750.00 
500.00 
700.00 
125.00 
100.00 
300.00 

$ 15,912.00 



II. PERSONNEL EXPENSE 

12. Director of Missions 
Salary 
Housing & Utilities 



13. CSM Director — Salary 
Housing & Utilities 



14. Case Worker — Salary 

15. Promotional Secretary — Salary 

16. Office Secretary — Salary 

17. Custodian — Salary 

18. Librarian 

19. Extra Secretarial Help— 16 2ks @ 3.75 

20. Clerk 

.21. Part-time Recreational Director (from E 

TOTAL 

PERSONNEL EXPENSE— Fringe Benefits 
22. Retirement, Annuity Board 

Health. Life. Disability 

Social Security ' 



TOTAL 

PROFESSIONAL EXPENSES 

Travel 

Travel — Any worker on assignment 
Conventions (SBC. BSC. Evangelism): 
Conferences 

Insurance on Datsun truck 
Ridgecrest (HM. Library — 4) 

Total 
TOTAL ALL EXPENSES RELATED TO PERSONNEL 



$ 12,710.00 
3,900.00 









16,610.00 






— 


12,045.00 
3,900.00 

15,945.00 


)esignate 


d Funds 




8,320.00 
9,067.00 
8,690.00 
3,032.00 

225.00 
2,400.00 

350.00 
3,400.00 






J 


64,639.00 


DM 
DCSM 


State/HMB 


$ 


1,661.00 
1,605.00 


DM 

DCSM State/HMB 

Other Employees 




1,772.00 

1,717.00 

285.00 


DM 
DCSM 






1,019.00 
984.00 


Other Employees 




2,140.00 






J 


11,183.00 


DM 
DCSM 




$ 


2,400.00 
2,400.00 
1,200.00 


DM 

DCSM 

DCSM 






900.00 
800.00 
113.20 
600.00 



$ 8,413.20 
$ 84,235.20 



30, 



$ 800.00 


150.00 


350.00 


250.00 


125.00 


200.00 


$ 1,875.00 


500.00 


300.00 


600.00 


100.00 


175.00 



III. ORGANIZATION & EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 

23. Woman's Missionary Union . v - 
Ridgecrest Training — Council .- " 
Assoc. Workshops (Council) 
Age-level Emphasis 
Materials and supplies 
Annual Assoc. Meeting 
Annual State Meeting 

(Council— Room and Travel & total for WMU Dir.) 

Total 

24. Brotherhood 
Track 

Softball «& Rally • • 

Basketball 
Pinewood Derby 
Training 

Total $ 1,675.00 

25. SUNDAY SCHOOL 

VBS Clinic Team — Literature, Ridgecrest, 

Travel, etc. (2 teams) 600.00 

Team expenses for assigned assistance 500.00 

Assoc. Team — Ridgecrest 500.00 

Pastor /Director Workshop 500.00 

Total $ 2.100.00 

26. CHURCH TRAINING 

Leadership Clinic 150.00 

M-Night 100.00 

Ridgecrest Week (4 leaders) 400.00 

Youth Night 90.00 

Bible Tournaments 100.00 

Children's Bible Drill 

Youth Bible Drill 

Youth Speakers' Tournament 
Equipping Centers Workshop 100.00 

Teacher Training for Doctrinal Emphasis 

Study (held in Greensboro) 60.00 

Total $ 1,000.00 

27. ASSOCIATIONAL MINUTES ■ '~ 2,000.00 

28. ANNUAL MEETING 375.00 

29. STEWARDSHIP PROMOTION 100.00 

30. EVANGELISM 

Tell Machine & Personnel (894.00 machine, tape) . 1,094.00 

Change the World School of Prayer 350.00 

Billy Hanks Christian Discipleship Seminar : 1,660.00 

Simultaneous Revivals (Publicity, Promotion) 300.00 

Home Missions Week at Ridgecrest 

(Chairman of Evangelism) 100.00 

Church Growth Seminar 

Plane $120.00 

Motel & Meals 100.00 

Honorarium 125.00 

Supplies 100.00 445.00 

TOTAL $ 3,949.00 

31. VISUAL AIDS 750.00 

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32. 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 

Four courses at a cost of $300.00 each 
(Teachers $100.00; Scholarships $200.00) 

Quarterly mailout to Seminary Extension friends, 
pastors, and churches, $15.00 per mailout 

Stationery, envelopes, chalk, etc. 

Long distance phone calls 

Postage and handling for returning materials to Nashville 

Promotion: Brqchures printed, newspaper, radio, etc. 
(Radio stations and newspapers are good about 
public service announcements (free), but to 
get to the public where they will hear the ad 
and see the ad, we need to pay for it 

Seminary Extension Director, $50.00 quarterly 

Seminary Extension Director, $50.00 quarterly 



TOTAL 

33. 
34. 
35. 



KEY LEADERSHIP TRAINING— Ridgecrest 
MINISTERIAL RELIEF 

MUSIC 

Preschool Children's Music Leadership 

Workshop $125.00 

Assoc. Choir 

(Possibility refund for books) (Nov.) 250.00 
Retreat, Music Directors at Caraway 

(Jan.) (1/2 price shared) 200.00 

Zondervan Singspiration, April) 100.00 

Ministers/Staff/ M. Dir. 

One-day conference 100.00 

$775.00 
TOTAL ORGANIZATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 



61. Debt Retirement (Loan) - 

VII. CONTINGENCY FUND 

70. Miscellaneous, flowers, public relations, insurance increases 
TOTAL BUDGET 

Budget amounts provided by State /Home Mission Boards 
TOTAL BUDGET TO BE PROVIDED BY ASSOCL\TION 



$ 1,200.00 

60.00 
40.00 
20.00 
50.00 



120.00 
200.00 
200.00 



$ 1,790.00 

200.00 

5,000.00 



775.00 



$ 21,589.00 



IV. SERVICE MINISTRY 

40. Calendar and Bulletins 

Mailing 

Printing 
! Calendar 


$ 750.00 

2,300.00 

450.00 


3,500.00 


41. Office Supplies 




2,500.00 


42. Postage & Business Expense 




2,700.00 


43. New Equipment & Maintenance 
Zerox (Purchase/ Lease) 
Maintenance, service 
Media Center Equipment 


$1,800.00 
500.00 
355.00 


1,800.00 
500.00 
355.00 


TOTAL SERVICE MINISTRY 




$ 11,355.00 


V. BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT 

50. Utilities 




$ 6,000.00 


51. Insurance 


■ - ^ 


1,000.00 


52. Maintenance of Buildings 

(Completion of paving on parking lot; 
general building maintenance) 




2,000.00 


53. Janitorial & Kitchen Supplies 




500.00 


TOTAL BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT 




$ 9,500.00 


VI. DEBT RETIREMENT 







$ 4,924.08 



2,000.00 

$149,515.28 

13,303.75 

$136,211.53 



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CONSTITUTION 

Preamble 

We,. the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the Gaston 
Baptist Association, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order 
to promote fellowship, missions, education. Christian service, the preaching of the 
Gospel, and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and 
the Southern Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the 
following articles. 

Article I. Name 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II. Membership 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the pastors of all 
member churches, and three messengers from each church for the first one hundred 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger from each church for 
each additional one hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no 
church shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the pastor. Such messen- 
gers shall be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by the church to the annual 
meeting of the Association. 

Article III. Authority 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere, but 
shall neve ■ at'em^Jt t > ej'erc se my authority over the internal affairs of the churches. 

Article IV. Meetings 

The Association shall raeet annually on Thursday after the third Sunday in 
October and continue for two days or longer in the judgment of the Program Com- 
mittee, subject to the approval of the Association. The time of the annual meeting 
may be changed, or special meetings may be called by the Executive Committee, 
provided two weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

Article V. Officers 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian and three trustees. They shall be 
elected by the Association in its annual meeting and shall serve until their successors 
are elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the Vice-Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 

Article VI. Organizations 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational organizations 
as Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood, Music 
and such other organizations which are in keeping with the purpose of this Association, 
with their full staffs and programs necessary for the promotion of the work. The 
officers of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its annual meet- 
ings and shall serve until their successors are elected. Vacancies occurring between 
annual meetings shall be filled by the Promotional Committee. 

Article VII. Associational Board 

The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the Officers 
of the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, the Associational 
Director of Church Training, the Associational WMtJ Director, the Associational 
Brotherhood Director, the Associational Music Director, the senior pastors of the 
member churches and two members from each member church to be elected by 
the church. The two members from each church shall be duly certified in the annual 
church letter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music and education may attend 
as non- voting members. 

Article VIII. Committees 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Association a Com- 
mittee on Committees, consisting of eight members of whom not less than two shall 
be other than pastors at all times. 

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The Association shall have the following standing Committees, along with other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, chairman of 
the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance Committee, the chairman 
of the Missions Committee, the chairman of the Properties Committee, the chairman 
of the Constitution Committee and nine other members of whom not less than three 
shall be other than pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice-Moderator who 
shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive Committee, the chairman of 
Evangelism Committee, the chairman of Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee, 
and the organizational leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not 
less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolution Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be composed of three 
members of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

11. The Properties Committee shall be A)mposed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 

13. The Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

Article IX. New Churches 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship upon receipt of 
letters of dismissions from other like associations. It may also receive newly con- 
stituted churches whose Articles of Faith harmonize with the generally accepted 
membership in the Association shall be received under the watchcare for a period of 
time sufficient to prove, through practice and attitude, its place as a cooperating 
Baptist Church. A church, upon organization, may apply for membership through 
the Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the judgment of the Missions 
Committee, such church has met the requirements stated above, the Missions Com- 
mittee may recommend at the next annual meeting that such church be received into 
the full fellowship of the Association. During this period of watchcare such churches 
shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except that their 
members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Article X. Discipline 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, or failing to 
be represented at the annual meeting, or failing to contribute worthily to Associational 
and Denominational missions, for two consecutive years, shall be notified by the 
Executive Committee that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual meeting, 
recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership in the 
Association. 

Article XI. Constitutional Changes 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the Association 
by a two-thirds majority of the messengers present on the second day, at a time 
provided by the Program Committee, provided the proposed amendment has been 
presented to the Executive Committee in writing at least thirty days prior to the 
annual meeting, and provided the proposed amendment is read to the Association 
on the first day of the annual meeting. 

Article XII. Quorum 

Messengers from twenty-five percent of the churches enrolled as members of 
the Association shall constitute a quorum. 

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BY-LAWS 

By-Law I. Parliamentary Rules 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Roberts Rules of Order 
(latest revised edition). 

By-Law II. Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 

By-Law III. Meetings 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such places as may be 
decided by the Association in regular session. Special meetings or change of places 
that may become necessary shall be decided by the Executive Committee. Each 
session of the Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 

By-Law IV. Duties of Officers 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association according 
to the Constitution and By-Laws, and appoint a Committee on Committees. He 
shall be chairman of the Associational Board, member of the Executive Committee, 
and shall be an ex-officio member of all other committees. The Moderator shall 
assume the duties of the Superintendent of Missions as assigned when the Association 
is not served by one by reason of resignation and/or illness. He shall be ineligible 
to succeed himself after the second successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Associational Board and chairman of 
the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
thirty days prior to the annual Associational meeting, keep an accurate record of the 
proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and the distributing of the 
minutes to the member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, 
keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the Association, 
and serve as Secretary of the Associational Board. For these services the clerk may 
receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the name 
of the Association, disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, its 
Associational Board or as designated in the budget; render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements at the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly 
Associational Board meeting; audit the Executive Committee when requested by that 
committee; and keep books available and up to date for examination. For mutual 
protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such amount as the Executive Committee 
shall direct. For these services the Treasurer may receive an honorarium annually 
to be decided by the Association. 

5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator and the Association 
with respect to all matters involving proper parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the Association 
and its churches, and shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program of the Asso- 
ciation and have charge of the Associational Library, and shall present a written 
report at each annual meeting of the Association. 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the titles to all property, 
or properties, of the Association, whether real or otherwise, and shall execute such 
transfers of title, or signatures, as may be authorized by the Association or Asso- 
ciational Board. 

By-Law V. Duties of Organizational Leaders 

1. The Associational Sunday School Director shall promote and supervise the 
Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the direction 
of the Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with the 
Superintendent of Missions. 

2. The Associational Church Training Director shall promote and supervise the 
Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent 
of Missions. 

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3. The Associatiohal Woman's Missionary Union Director shall promote and 
supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions and in keeping with the Constitution and By-laws 
of Woman's Missionary Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood Director shall promote and supervise the 
Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of 
Missions. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise the Music 
program of the Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions. 

By-Law VI. The Associational Board 

The Associational Board shall hold three meetings and others as necessary, and 
present a written report to the Association at its annual meeting. It shall be the duty 
of the Associational Board to act for the Association in the interim between annual 
meetings. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent of the churches 
enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute a quorum." 

By-Law VII. Duties of Committees 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of the several 
standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) and present them for 
election by the Association, fill any vacancies that may occur between annual meet- 
ings; and appoint special committees that may be authorized by the Association or its 
Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed to it by 
the Association or its Associational Board and decide on routine and emergency 
matters between sessions of the Associational Board. It shall initiate and recommend 
matters concerning business management and approve the employment of all 
personnel except the Superintendent of Missions, and Director of Christian Social 
Ministries. It shall accept applications for membership in the Association from newly 
constituted churches and may receive said churches under watchcare until the next 
annual meeting. It shall provide annually for an audit of the Treasurer's records and 
report the condition of the financial records to the Association, It shall give full 
guidance and direction to the Superintendent of Missions and Director of Christian 
Social Ministries in formulating plans and promoting the work of the Association in 
general. It shall meet monthly but a quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact 
business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of the Associational 
organizations and plan and promote an Associational calendar of activities. It shall 
meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the Association an annual 
budget. It shall have the general oversight and administration of the financial affairs 
of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear to be in 
need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches to sponsor new work 
in such communities; give guidance and counsel in procuring temporary and perma- 
nent sites for locating such work in accord with Associational policy; and make 
recommendations to the Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary 
needs which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall advise with any 
group considering a new church and assist in organizing new churches. It shall make 
recommendations to the Association concerning all churches under watchcare. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association and organizational officers according to 
Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Associational representatives for the various 
institutions and agencies of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the annual 
meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and 
to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall recommend the 
place or places for the next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the 
annual sermon. 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any resolutions 
it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Association shall be referred to 
the Resolutions Committee, except that by a two-thirds vote of the messengers present 
on the first day of the Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended and a 
resolution may be taken up for immediate consideration. 

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9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of Stewardship 
with in the churches of the Association, It shall assist the Finance Committee in the 
promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of Evangelism 
within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend ways 
in which the Association can work for the promotion of civic righteousness and 
social uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight over il property 
owned or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member church, assist 
with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the Gospel ministry. 

The Ordination Committee shall be available to any church requesting assistance 
in the area of the examination and ordination of a candidate requested by a mem- 
ber church. Any church may establish its own presbytery for such examination. 
Examination shall be in the areas of Christian experience, call to the ministry, doc- 
trinal beliefs according to Scripture concerning the Bible, God, Christ, the Holy 
Spirit, salvation, the church, its ordinances and mission, and cooperation. Any action 
by the Ordination Committee or the church presbytery should be reported to the 
Association as information. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee and the 
Committee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a rotating basis of not more 
than three years. 

By-Law VIII. Employment Procedures 

The Association shall employ a Superintendent of Missions and a Director of 
Christian Social Ministries who shall be recommended by the Executive Committee 
and elected by the Association or its Associational Board. The Superintendent of 
Missions shall work under the guidance of the Executive Committee and serve as 
an ex-officio, non-voting member of all committees. The Director of Christian Social 
Ministries shall work under the guidance of the Superintendent of Missions and serve 
as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Executive Committee and Missions Com- 
mittee. All other employed personnel, as may be provided in the Associational budget, 
shall be employed by the Executive Committee. 

By-Law IX. Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority of the 
the messengers present. 



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CHURCH TRAINING 

by Worth Braswell 

This has been a good year in Church Training. Attendance at our Associational 
meetings has been good, and there are evidences that many churches are taking 
advantage of the opportunities for short-term training. Even if v/e don't have all 
the organizations, we must not neglect to train leaders, new church members, and 
other members for places of service. A good training program helps to provide 
leaders. 

M Night was held at Mount Zion. The host church had the largest number pres- 
ent. Lakeview had the largest percentage of enrolment present. Other churches from 
over the association had a large number present. Enthusiasm was high, and we appre- 
ciate the work of a number of churches who prepared exhibits promoting Church 
Training. 

Something new for Adults is now available for short-term training. Modules of 
the Equipping Centers have been purchased by our Association and are now available 
for loan to churches through our Media Center. We now have: 

Born Again — The Doctrine of Salvation 

The Christian Confronting the Cults 

How to Study the Bible 

Making Good Marriages Better 

Your Home and Christian Discipline . ■ 

How to Witness 

Deacons Training to Minister 7 

The Bible Speaks to Current Issues 

We had one session on learning how to use the modules, and we plan another 
for the near future. Eight modules are being released each six months. We will pur- 
chase these as they are available. Already, Training Sunday School Workers in Out- 
reach, is available. We will have these within a few weeks. The new material is not 
meant to replace the materials for on-going training, but to involve more people in 
short-term training. 

For hew Christians a new resource, SURVIVAL KIT, is now available. If you 
do not have a good program for helping new Christians to grow, this is a good 
place to begin. It is directed at older youth and adults. 

Youth Night at Catawba Heights was special this year. Youth from Chapel Grove 
provided special music, and Tom Query, Gardner Webb student, and Christian 
magician provided the inspirational program. 

This year we emphasized the study of the Doctrine of Salvation. A number of 
churches held this special week of study for all ages. We need to involve more 
churches and more people in doctrinal study. Next year our study will be on the 
Doctrine of Missions. Plan to have this in your church. 

Children's Bible Drill Tournament participation was small. We had twenty 
children who were associational winners. It is hoped that many churches are making 
good use of the opportunities for training in Bible skills, even if they do not take 
part in the tournament. Next year emphasis will be placed on training in Bible skills 
for youth and children. 

Every church has training needs. Church Training seeks to involve all church 
members in learning doctrine and in training for places of service. The strong church 
of tomorrow is the church that trains today. 

ANNUAL ASSOCIATIONAL EVANGELISM REPORT 

Baptists in search of unsaved and unchurched persons are joining together in a 
Statewide Evangelistic Crusade scheduled for 1982. It is expected that the effort will 
include Simultaneous Revivals with dates and other activities to be announced soon. 
The Joint Evangelistic Crusade Committee, composed of both white and black Bap- 
tists, is chaired by Mark Corts of Winston-Salem, and co-chaired by C. W. Ward of 
Raleigh. The committee requests prayer support of the churches for this effort to 
reach every person in North Carolina with the gospel of Christ by the end of 1982. 

The 33rd Statewide Evangelism Conference was held at the Cumberland County 
Memorial Auditorium, Fayelieville, North CaroHna, during February 5-6, 1979. 

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Over 2,500 pastors and lay persons were challenged by evangelistic preachers to 
involve church members more in direct witnessing for Christ to the unsaved. 

Many churches from different associations across the state have already partici- 
pated in Bold Evangelism Clinics, using the notebook — BOLD EVANGELISM 
THROUGH THE LOCAL CHURCH— with the emphasis related to on-going pro- 
grams of evangelism in the local church. Other associations need to plan a Bold 
Evangelism Clinic. Every church in all our associations are encouraged to double 
baptisms by 1982, or sooner. 

Pastors and laypersons participated in an important seminar on GROWING 
AN EVANGELISTIC CHURCH during March 26-29 at Caraway Conference Cen- 
ter. The seminar was co-sponsored by the Division of Evangelism and several of the 
staff of the Evangelism Section of the Home Mission Board. In-depth training sessions 
placed an emphasis on long-range planning to develop an evangelistic local church. 

Decisions for Christ are being made by youth and adults as a result of the Youth 
Revivals led by four Summer Youth Evangelism Teams in one-week efforts among 
36 churches across our state. 

Churches and associations are now involved in Bold Revival Planning Clinics, 
using the Revival Planbook for the Local Church, Counseling Guide, and the Follow- 
Up Manual for New Christians. The Revival Planbook can help pastors and church 
leaders to plan for a more effective revival effort. 

The 34th Statewide Evangelism Conference will be held in Greensboro during 
February 4-5, 1980. 

THE ABOVE PROVIDED BY THE STATE CONVENTION— THE REMAIN- 
DER FROM OUR ASSOCIATION. 

On September 16-21 a Gaston County Family Life Crusade was held at Sims 
Memorial Stadium with evangelist Jay Strack. During this week Jay Strack spoke 
to 19 junior and senior high school assemblies. From the crusade we recorded 138 
professions of faith with 216 rededications for a total of 354 decisions. This effort 
included the co-operation of 47 of our churches. 

Believing that the conservation of the results of the crusade are important, a 
Billy Hanks Christian Discipleship Seminar will be held at Chapel Grove Baptist 
church on Oct. 29-November 3. This seminar will also provide help for older Chris- 
tians who want to be truly great disciples for our Lord. 

Our Bold Missions goal in evangelism is to double baptisms by 1982. Your 
Evangelism Committee recommends that each church have "Soul Winning Commit- 
ment Day" on January 13. In order that these volunteers might be properly trained 
a "Tell Witnessing" machine is being purchased by the association. Pastors and staff 
members will be given special training on the use of this equipment by Dr. John Tresh 
on January 7-9 at the associational office. 

All of us realize and agree that prayer is the key to success in any ministry. 
Therefore, to strengthen our prayer habits, a "Change the World School of Prayer" 
will be held at Chapel Grove Baptist Church on February 22-23. 

The North Carolina Baptist convention recommends that we cooperate in Simul- 
taneous Revivals April 4-18, 1982. We have felt that the Gaston Association dare 
not wait until then and recommended last year that we have Simultaneous Revivals 
for the next 5 years in the last week of March and 1st week of April. However, we 
are suggesting that for 1982 April 4-18 then go back to our regular dates of the last 
week of March and 1st week of April. In 1980 it will be March 23-April 6. 

During the 1970's North Carolina has begun growing faster than the nation, and 
the growth of the state's rural areas has started to catch up with the growth rates of 
the urban areas, according to new state population projections. North Carolina popu- 
lation will reach 5.8 million by 1980. This means that our churches have a greater 
prospect for growth than ever before. In order to help us to get ready for this growth 
we have planned a "Church Growth Seminar" with Ron Lewis and Ernest Upchurch 
on April 28-30. 

As you can readily see, your Evangelism Committee believes in and is deeply 
committed to Bold Missions. We have pulled out all the stops that we might provide 
for you all the tools you need to win the lost. Our prayer is that you will take advan- 

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tage of these opportunities and that our Lord will give you wisdom to use them to 

His glory. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James A. Lowery, Chairman 
. Ronnie Berkman 

Richard Brown 

FOREIGN MISSION REPORT 

by Albert Leath, Jr. 

The Foreign Mission Board is entering a new era with the retirement of Dr. 
Baker James Cauthen in December, 1979 and the election of Dr. R. Keith Parks 
who will assume the position of Executive Director of the Foreign Mission Board of 
the Southern Baptist Convention on January 1, 1980. 

Dr. Keith Parks used the story of David and Saul to illustrate that differences 
exist and would have to be made. When David was preparing to meet Goliath he went 
before Saul who sought to place his armor upon the young lad only to find it was 
too cumbersome for him to face the battle. So it would be for Dr. Parks to seek to 
follow the pattern of Dr. Cauthen. His Gol given talents, strengths and weaknesses, 
and abilities are different from those of Dr. Cauthen. His leadership and the makeup 
of the Board will have to be changed to meet the needs of his own leadership ability 
as has been true with the twenty-six years the board has moved under the leadership 
of Dr. Cauthen. 

As of October 1, 1979, there were 2977 missionaries under appointment. This 
includes 2516 career missionaries, 226 associates, 218 journeymen, and 17 special 
project workers. 

The 1979 Southern Baptist Convention Missions Night met Wednesday evening 
with nearly 50,000 people coming to the Astrodome in Houston, Texas to witness one 
of the most moving events planned for Southern Baptists. Over two thousand indi- 
viduals have been appointed as Home and Foreign Missionaries during 1978. The 
Missionary or someone representing them marched onto the field of the Astrodorne 
and beside each one was a support person who promised to lift that missionary up in 
prayer during the coming year. As the missionary knelt the support person prayed 
for them. Following this experience we were kept on the "mountain top" by Dr. 
William G. Tanner, Executive Director of the Home Mission Board, Dr. Baker James 
Cauthen and Dr. Billy Graham. 

Southern Baptists gave a record $35,919,605.40 to the 1978 Lottie Moon Christ- 
mas Offering. Books on the offering closed May 31. This represents 89.8% of the 
1978 goal of $40 million. The total represents an increase of 12.4% over the 1977 
offering total. 

Dr. Cauthen states, "We praise God for the members and staff of the Foreign 
Mission Board. Through all these years our hearts have been united in love, prayer, 
confidence, and commitment to Christ. They are true yoke-fellows in the service of 
our Saviour. 

Southern Baptists are poised for the greatest missionary undertaking in all his- 
tory. Who can measure what God may do if we faithfully follow him in the tre- 
mendous challenge of Bold Mission Thrust?" 

ASSOCIATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL REPORT, 1978-79 

Teaching-learning improvement and adventures into new areas have characterized 
this past year in Gaston Association. 

This past spring a new worker was added to the Associational Team. Mrs. Vivian 
Stewart, of Temple Church, accepted the position of Cradle Roll leader, attended a 
conference at Caraway, and led a Cradle Roll Seminar at Temple Church on May 29. 
Although the attendance was small (5 churches represented) it is felt this ministry 
is greatly needed and other seminars should be planned. 

The first Pastor-Director Workshop was held August 23 at Gastonia First, 3:00- 
9:00 p.m.. supper included. The afternoon session, attended primarily by pastors, 
consisted of a study of the many emphases for the 1979-80 year. At supper many of 
the Sunday School Directors found their pastors for an evening planning session for 
their church. 

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Gaston Association was privileged to be one of the early participants in the new 
Bibleventure Campaign. Nine churches participated in this five day event September 
22-26. 

The annual Sunday School Leadership Night was held on October 1 at Cherry- 
ville First. There were ninety-two present. 

Reaching people for Bible study and Christ will be emphasized in the year ahead. 
Sunday School leaders are urged to attend the Tell Witness Training, January 7-9 at 
the Baptist Building, and the Church Growth Conference April 28-30. Although these 
important events are sponsored by the Evangelism Committee. Sunday School leaders 
should take the lead in attending. We grow churches through our Sunday School. 

The evenings of May 20 and 27 are most important for all Sunday School lead- 
ership. From 5:00-6:30 on May 20, all pastors and Sunday School Directors will look 
at the emphases for 1980-81. All age group leaders will join them at 6:30 for supper, 
followed by a study of the new "Reaching" books for all ages. On May 27, pastors 
and directors will meet at 5:00 to make plans for the coming year, supper for all, and 
the conclusion of the "Reaching" study. These sessions will be held at Gastonia First. 
Please attend both! 

The annual Sunday School Leadership Night is planned for September 29, 1980. 

Goals for 1979-80: 

1. To have 4,000 (25%) adults and youth across Gaston Association read the Bible 
through in 1980. Be sure to order enough "Open Windows" and "Encounters". 

2. To have a 5% increase in Sunday School enrollment and average attendance by 
September 30, 1980. This would mean an increase of 1,230 and 645 respectively. 

3. To have at least one church in Gaston Association apply for the Fastest Growing 
Sunday School Recognition Plan. 

4. To form an Associational Sunday School Enlargement Team to follow up the 
"Reaching" study in the local churches. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harry M. McCall, Jr. 
Associational Sunday School Director 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION 

1978-1979 Annual Report 

Delene Russell, Director 

This has been a good year in Woman's Missionary Union work. Many things 
have happened that show interest and growth in organizational work and renewed 
dedication to the cause of missions around the world. Attendance at council meetings 
has been excellent. I appreciate very much the way all council members have at- 
tended, made plans, and carried out our activities. It has been team work at its best. 

The theme for this year was Teach Missions To Live — To Give with emphasis 
being placed on the Baptist Women's Organization. This began with all program 
directors participating in leadership training at Ridgecrest,. and then conducting train- 
ing sessions for their age level. Leadership Conferences were held at First Baptist 
Church, Gastonia, with 475 women in attendance. 

Training was continuing by having Mission Study Institutes. The Foreign Mission 
Study Institute was held at Bessemer City First with 75 present. Rev. Paul Johnson 
shared his missionary experiences in Brazil and Philippines with the group whch was 
very helpful in teaching the study. The Home Mission Study Institute was held at 
Bethlehem Baptist Church with 100 people present. As a result of these institutes, 
there were more teachers around the association and reports indicate some very good 
studies in the churches. 

The WMU was involved in a mission action project associational wide. Money 
was provided by church WMU's to enable us to buy cosmetics for the North Carolina 
Institute for Women in Raleigh, N. C. 

World Day of Prayer services were held in many of our churches in which 
women joined with other women around the world in praying and giving. 

WMU Annual Session was held at Loray Baptist Church with 375 women in 
attendance. Miss Nancy Curtis, Executive Secretary Woman's Missionary Union of 
North Carolina spoke of Volunteers for Mission. Ten churches received awards for 

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WMU Achievement, Interest is increasing in earning awards and we rejoice because 
it increases the quality of our work. The associational WMU also received the Dis- 
tinguished Award. The Age level directors have been totally dedicated to their tasks. 
Following are some of the highlights: 

Baptist Women's Day at Rankin Lake Baptist Church 

Baptist Young Women Enlistment and Enlargement Tea at Flint Groves 

Acteens Gong Show at Alexis Gym 

Girls in Action Skating Party at Kate's Skating Rink. 475 girls attended and 

92 leaders 
Mission Friend leader Banquet held at East, Belmont, with good attendance 
$800 given to Scholarship Fund 
New work started in many churches with many age level organizations begun 

This past year has been a busy one for me, but I'm thankful to God for every 
opportunity of service. We still are available to you at all times to help, inspire, train, 
educate or whatever the needs of your church may be. We need the help of pastors in 
promoting and encouraging mission work in your church. 

Our W.M.U. Conference, which was held in March was surely the highlight of 
the year. May we continue in our zeal for missions as we are truly "Laborers together 
with God." 

This has truly been an exciting and fruitful year in W.M.U. I particularly want 
to thank and praise the dedicated W.M.U. Directors for their commitment, hard work 
and excellent spirit. 



BROTHERHOOD 

1978-79 Annual Report 

George Pettigrew, Director 

This has been a busy year in our churches for the men and boys. We had about 
sixty active Brotherhood organizations. 

The Associational Brotherhood Leadership spoke in several churches this year: 
Tuckaseege, Gateway, Hickory Grove, Northside and Bethlehem. 

There were twenty excited men in the Key Leadership Conference on August 
28, 1979. These men were planning to involve their churches in doing missions. 

At our Associational Workshop on September 13, 1979 we had 27 men. 

During the next fiscal year the Brotherhood Leadership plans to encourage ten 
additional churches to begin Brotherhood work. To challenge all our Brotherhoods 
to become involved in Correctional Ministries. 

Jack Deligans, Chairman of the Brotherhood Commission, Southern Baptist 
Convention reports the missions efforts of the Southern Baptists. 

Missions efforts of Southern Baptists through the Brotherhood Commission were 
marked last year by success and tragedy. 

Responding to the Bold Missiori Thrust concern of Southern Baptists, the agency 
led in preparing 325 Brotherhood training specialists to help state and associational 
leaders start new Brotherhood units and orient church leaders in involving men and 
boys in missions. 

Brotherhood materials were prepared in Spanish, Korean, and Chinese and 
leaders were trained to interpret Brotherhood work in these Southern Baptist lan- 
guage churches. 

Advances also were recorded in disaster relief, lay renewal, and World Missions 
Conferences. 

On the national scene, the Commission arranged for President Jimmy Carter, a 
Southern Bapti